CBS News/New York Times poll
CBS News/New York Times poll: Obama 48%, McCain 42%
Obama leads McCain 54 percent to 38 percent among all women.
While Palin remains popular among McCain voters, the poll suggests that the McCain campaign may have cause for concern. More than half of registered voters do not think Palin is prepared for the job of Vice President, and even McCain supporters cite “inexperience” as what they like least about her.
Fifty-seven percent of registered voters cast McCain as a typical Republican.
Still, most Americans continue to think the U.S. should have stayed out of Iraq in the first place, and 53 percent now say the war in Iraq is not a part of the war on terrorism - more than ever before.