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(CNN) - The West Virginia exit polls show more sobering news for Democrats about the deepening division within the party.
We asked the voters whether each candidate shared their values.
Among Barack Obama supporters, 62 percent said Hillary Clinton does not share their values while just 37 percent said she does.
The number is even more staggering among Clinton supporters: nearly 70 percent of her voters say Obama does not share their values while just 30 percent say he does.
We're getting over 60 percent of the supporters of each candidate saying the other candidate does not share our values – which could spell trouble for the Democrats as they try to unite the party for the general election.