(CNN) – We found a point of agreement among voters in both Kentucky and Oregon: a majority of Democrats in both states think Barack Obama will be the party’s nominee.
But many more voters in Oregon say he will win than those in Kentucky - where nearly two in five voters say Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee, and only a slim majority say Obama will be the party's choice.
In Kentucky, 54 percent of voters said Obama would win the nomination, while 42 percent said Clinton would. But in Oregon nearly 80 percent said Obama will be the nominee while only 17 percent thought Clinton would be.
It’s another sign Clinton’s supporters in Kentucky, and states like it, remain fiercely loyal to the New York Democrat and hopeful of her chances.