However, more voters continue to say that McCain is about right in his approach to foreign policy and national security issues than say that about Obama (51% vs. 43%). The view that Obama is not tough enough on foreign policy has not receded since earlier in the year. More than four-in-ten (43%) say that Obama is not tough enough on foreign policy, which is identical to February.
And Clinton female supporters really don't like the way the media has been anti-female, rather than anti-feminist.
Pew basically has a Democrat bias, and neglects to mention the much-observed, but seldom-mentioned "Bradley Effect," which is the tendency of non-blacks to say things which do not expose them to being called bigots or racists. In California, that effect is widely believed to be what got Gray Davis elected governor.
If there is a foreign policy crisis between now and November, McCain certainly has a good chance to become POTUS #44.