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Thursday, June 12, 2014



 
Hillary Clinton's 'Favorability' Collapsing Amid Lies and Chaos


Her ratings are now lower than they were in 2008, when she first ran for president.

 At Gallup, "Smaller Majority of Americans View Hillary Clinton Favorably":

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The latest findings come from a Gallup poll conducted June 5-8. Though Clinton has said she will not announce whether she'll run for president until at least later this year, her latest book has been widely framed as a preamble to another presidential bid and a move typical of White House hopefuls.

 Clinton already has the support of many elected officials and Democratic Party representatives if she chooses to run. Americans have named her their Most Admired Woman 18 times. Clinton's current favorability rating is the lowest it has been since August 2008 (54%), when she was preparing to deliver a speech at the Democratic National Convention endorsing then-Sen. Barack Obama, who defeated her in a hard-fought primary battle for the party's 2008 presidential nomination.
Clinton enjoyed quite favorable ratings for some time, but her public support is flailing right along with the Democrat Party brand. That's the trend to watch going into November and 2016. Americans will grow increasingly tired of the lies and the Democrat anti-Americanism they see right on the White House lawn. It's shocking. But the public's awakening.

Added: From Louise Mensch, "Don’t Look Now, But Hillary’s Numbers Are Sliding."

http://americanpowerblog.blogspot.com/2014/06/hillary-clintons-favorabilty-collapsing.html
« Last Edit: June 12, 2014, 07:34:31 PM by rangerrebew »
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