(CNN) - Should Hillary Clinton win her party's nomination, a significant majority of Mississippi Democrats who voted for her think she should not offer Barack Obama a spot on the Democratic ticket.
According to exit polls, 60 percent of Clinton voters say the New York senator should not make Obama her running mate, while only 34 percent say she should.
Obama supporters appear to be more welcoming of Clinton as Obama's vice president. If Obama wins the party's nomination, 64 percent of his supporters say he should make a similar offer to Clinton.
what do you expect..They are all African Americans voting by the color of their skin..
You will still lose another Red State in the general election..
What this says is that if obama becomes the nominee, that clinton supporters will look towards mccain.
If you elect obama, expect another 4 years of the bush period.
This is getting so ugly, I might have to refrain from voting.
Obama supporter here. I definitely do NOT want Clinton on the ticket.
Not surprising considering how many of Clinton's supporters in Ohio had race on their minds when they voted for her. Couple that with her latest surrogates racist remarks and you get an idea of who makes up Hillary's base. Disgusting.
Hillary doesnt deserve to have Obama run on the same ticket as her. Her message completly negates his.
As an Obama supporter I wouldn't Hillary as his VP. He needs someone with higher morals than she has. Someone people can trust.
Neither one will get elected no matter who they have for a running mate.
Those who vote by skin color are just as racist as those who chose not to vote simply because of skin color.
Thanks Clintonite ...for once again proving the racist (as well as sexist) slant of Hilary's supporters.
Um... These polls are of Clinton supporters who don't think that SHE should take HIM as VP. I wonder how these would spit by race?
Here's one Obama support who doesn't want Hillary on the ticket. She is divisive, coniving, self-centered and disloyal.
No to Clinton as Obama's VP, but I hear McCain has an opening.
I am disappointed, we must end the divide.
This is the way the Clinton has always worked. People don't be alarmed if she don't congratulates him tonight after he wins..
what do you expect..They are all white women Americans voting for ther gender dam your stupid
obama/edwards 08,,or McCain08
Hmmmm..... it's either that, or Obama supporters are more open minded and willing to except what can be seen as their best shot at victory, it is my opinion the an Obama vice president might overshadow a clinton presidency to some degree, while not go the other way around....
Unheard Michigander for Obama 08
I am listening to CNN, they are realllllly pushing the race card.
Does this mean that the Clintons are out of touch with their own supporters?
Hillary won't win the Democratic nomination. She has been losing support from those in states she had previously won due to her tactics. It may not count in the pledged delegate count, but the super delegates WILL come to that conclusion, and that may affect their vote.
Also, who honestly thinks Obama would want Hillary as a VP after the way Hillary has been encouraging a negative campaign? Hillary has lost the right to expect to be treated with respect once she loses the nomination due to her actions and lack of action(in not denouncing the negative garbage).
Hillary is full of it.
Don't you dare do it BO!!!!!! If you win the nomination and put that woman on the ticket with you, you lose the moderate, independent cross-over vote. I for one will vote McCain even after going to your rally and caucus here in Idaho. And don't for a minute believe you need her to win or that you can't win some of the red states. Despite being a red state for many years in the general election, Idaho had democratic governors for many years. This is a year Idaho can go blue, but not if HRC is part of the ticket. The exit poll is misleading on this point.
Well, at least 34% of Clinton supporters realize that to keep half the party voting for her, she'd have to have Obama on the ticket. That 60% is very worrying...you all have fun trying to win the White House in November with Hillary as our nominee.
No one complained when 80% of African-Americans were voting for Bill Clinton. At that time, it they weren't voting "the color of their skin". So don't discuss subjects you no NOTHING about.
Clintonite,you sir or ma'am,and I use that term loosely, are a narrow minded bigot and you should be ashamed to count yourself among the priviledged electorate. White people have been voting for white people for over 200 years so couldn't the same be said of them? And no, I'm not an African-American, I'm white.
omg!...you 'Clltonite' are such an idiot!!! I'm sure you are one of the uneducated Clinton supporters!
and the bone headed redneck that made that comment about the color of their skin is wrong, obama is getting the votes on his own merit, be it white, black, brown, red or green in color, they are voting for the better pick
GO OBAMA "2008"