These results aren't really surprising, but Obama and McCain supporters have different ideas about who they identify with, based on Sam McFarland's Identification with All Humanity Scale.
Specifically, those who plan to vote for McCain identify most with their country while those who plan to vote for Obama identify most with the world as a whole.
More interesting is the fact that Obama supporters have a relatively flat identification pattern where they are a bit more identified with all people in the world vs. people in their country while McCain supporters have over a full point difference (on a 5 pt. scale) between their identification with their country vs. their identification with people all over the world (3.7 vs. 2.6).
Below are the results...
I wanted to explore the results a bit further, so I looked at differences within self identified conservatives based on whether they are slightly, moderately, or very conservative. As you can see below, the more conservative one gets, the greater one identifies with one's country and the less one identifies with the world.
The question that comes to my mind is:
Why is it necessary to have this tradeoff between loving one's country and identifiying with people of all kinds?
And lastly, as a comparison, here are the results for liberals. It seems like the main difference for extreme liberals is greater concern for the world as a whole.