Saturday, May 06, 2017

Not Her Turn

No more Clintons?
When broken down among party lines, Clinton, daughter of former President Bill Clinton and twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, couldn’t even garner majority support from her own party. When asked, only 48 percent of Democrats said they would back a future political run by Clinton, while 74 percent of Republicans said they would oppose it.

Only 20 percent of independent voters said they would support Clinton, while 48 percent said they would oppose her.

Younger voters and women said they were more likely to support Clinton should she run for political office, while older voters and men said she should stay in the private sector.

The poll also found that Clinton’s popularity is split, with a slight majority, 39 percent, saying they view her favorably, while 38 said they don’t view her positively. Democrats were more likely than Republicans to have a favorable view of the younger Clinton.
The rotten apple doesn't fall very far from the tree...

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