On CBS, Jeff Greenfield was inspired by Kate Snow's (embargoed link) interview Monday with former President Bill Clinton on ABC to wonder whether Barack Obama would get the complete backing of Hillary Rodham Clinton's supporters in November. Greenfield cited a poll that showed that 20% of her voters plan to back John McCain. He suggested that the white working class men in her base would be the toughest sell for Obama.
Greenfield failed to make a convincing case that Obama has a huge problem here. If Rodham Clinton's vote represents almost exactly half the Democratic electorate and 20% of them are leaning towards McCain, that amounts to 10% of all Democrats--a fraction that does not seem unusually large to cross party lines in a General Election.
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