This seems to be the gold standard of 2008 horserace polls, a pretty thoughtful take on Hillary and McCain from ABC News/Washington Post.
Fifty-two percent in this ABC News/Washington Post poll have a favorable opinion of Clinton, compared with 59 percent for McCain. McCain’s popularity is at once broader across partisan lines and less divisive in terms of intensity of sentiment. Yet the flip side is that he’s considerably weaker among Republicans than Clinton is among Democrats.
It’s conventional wisdom, but with lots of good detail. Which isn’t the worst thing.