UNDATED (AP) -- Voters in West Virginia apparently aren't ready to see the race for the Democratic nomination end.
A new poll suggests that Hillary Rodham Clinton has a huge lead over Barack Obama heading into tomorrow's primary.
Clinton was the choice of 60 percent of the 600 likely Democratic voters interviewed for the Suffolk University poll. Obama was the choice of just 24 percent. The poll has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.
Though Obama seems close to capturing the Democratic nomination, two-thirds said Clinton should stay in the race. Nearly three-quarters said she is not hurting the party by competing in the remaining contests.