[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i.l.cnn.net/cnn/2008/POLITICS/05/09/west.virginia/art.clintonwv.ap.jpg caption="Sen. Hillary Clinton campaigns in West Virginia."]
CHARLESTON, West Virginia (CNN) - West Virginians will head to the polls Tuesday for the state's Democratic primary between Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. But what will the vote there really mean after new delegate totals show Obama with a sizable lead?
Some say it could send a sobering message to Obama's Democratic supporters.
West Virginia is expected to go for Clinton big time - and the polls show it.
Clinton has a 43-point advantage over Obama, 66 percent to 23 percent, according to a survey from the American Research Group released Friday.
The poll was conducted after Tuesday's primary results and carries a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.
"This state is really Hillary Clinton's wheelhouse. It's an older population, socially conservative, blue-collar workers," said Kennie Bass, a political reporter for WCHS in West Virginia.