Skip to comments.HILLARY CLINTON BECOMES REPUBLICAN FRONT-RUNNER, POLL
Posted on 06/23/2015 9:30:23 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
According to a recent poll, Hillary Clinton seems to be the favorite candidate for the 2016 presidential elections. She has already gained serious ground, leading over all the Democratic candidates and the three potential Republican adversaries.
The poll, conducted by the Wall Street Journal/NBC News, took place days after Hillarys first rally, and it showed the unexpected favor and widespread support she has found among the key voting groups; women under 50 years-old and Latinos have already expressed solid support toward Mrs. Clinton.
Among the Democratic primary voters, three out of 4 respondents said Hillary was preferred, whereas Bernie Sanders only received support from 15 percent. The poll revealed that a sheer majority of respondents 92 percent among the Democratic voters could see themselves supporting Clintons presidential candidature.
More than 1,000 Americans were asked about their political preferences in the 2016 presidential elections in a phone survey across the country that took place from 14 to 18 of June, 2015.
Jeb Bush, who is currently holding the place of front-runner for the Republicans, has only gained 22 percent of the respondents support, and he is closely seconded by Scott Walker, with 17 percent, and Marco Rubio with 14 percent.
If Clinton and Bush would race against each other, theoretical polls would have Clinton in the lead with 48 percent, while Bush would gain only 40 percent. Bill McInturff, a Republican pollster, and Fred Yang, Democrat, were the ones to conduct the poll; McInturff believes Clinton has great advantages that keep her in the lead.
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LOL, in Bizzaro World
Strange, misleading headline.
She murdered four Americans in Benghazi.
Apparently people either : 1) Don’t know what happened or; 2) Don’t care.
And we’re supposed to believe what NBC says? The WSJ is irrelevant any more!
Don’t know who they asked but I say Uh-Uh to that.
Defeating Hillary is an uphill (no pun) battle.
The demo that she owns is the swing demo, younger women and Latinos.
How she loses is, well, unimaginable. Scandals don’t matter to this demo. I doubt there is a violent act in her past that would cause defection.
It’s all about the feeling of security. She can pull this off as she is perceived to be a women’s President.
The Republicans would have better luck peeling off the other Democratic supporters: black, liberals, and various non tax payers.
You’re correct of course. People simply do not understand that we have already joined Rome on the fallen list in national elections. Clinton can be beat but only by depressing turnout among her special groups.
There is series of early push polling by the NYC media to rescue Hitlary
She set up more than four Americans; it was the valor of some who disregarded orders and rode to the sound of the guns who kept the death toll as low as four.
Clinton can be beat
I just have to say what you already know. How can this woman so evil blood on the hands no accomplishments still be number 1?
Just to say we elected a woman? Please America dont do it!
wow talk about manipulation.
1. nbc uses the DemocraTIC vs Democrat. so much for proper English.
2. the pessimist vs optimist are propagandized as representing 50/50 of the vote.
to beat Hitlary, CNN, NYT, and MSNBC, even FNC must be crushed. (as in tears on the air shock)
Here’s where the inroads must be made for 2016:
Obama got 93% of the Black vote in 2012. He got 73% of the Asian vote, 71% of the Latino vote, and 70% of the Jewish vote
Together, those groups were 30% of the total electorate.
The headline is silly. If the stats quoted are believed, it should say she got a greater share than the GOP front runner.
But we should also note, the GOP has more plausible candidates than the Democrats do.
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