It’s unclear what kind of boost Clinton’s White House bid might receive from the new ad. On Tuesday, she abruptly ended a press conference in Nevada after only a few minutes because reporters insisted on asking questions about the private email server she used while serving as Secretary of State. About 4-in-10 (39%) now say she did not do anything wrong by using personal email.
In the 2015 version, the reader could be any Republican or Democrat closely watching the primaries. I like her, I respect her. I disagree with her on a number of issues. She’s nine points behind Jeb Bush, and 10 behind Carly Fiorina.
According to the Washington Times, Sanders is starting to close in on Hillary Clinton in some polls in both Iowa and New Hampshire.
And Clinton’s leads are not wide.
Trump’s strong gain could go a long way to combat his perceived weakness – electability in a face-off with Clinton.
Overall, 47% of Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters say they support Clinton for the party’s nomination.
At the same time, Vermont Sen.
Jim Hodges officially backed Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign Wednesday, saying the former secretary of state is to be commended for going from an adversary of Barack Obama in 2008 to an ardent supporter. According to the latest Quinnipiac University poll, he garners healthy favorability numbers in crucial swing states, an area where Clinton is struggling. Oh, by the way: When registered Democratic voters were asked whether Biden should run, 53 percent said yes – which, coincidentally, equals the precise share of the primary electorate that’s not supporting Hillary in this poll.
He’s attracting the largest crowds of the 2016 race.
Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley has two percent support, while the remaining two Democrats have one percent or less.
To be fair, Cox wasn’t asking whether Clinton’s hair deserves attention; rather, she was trying to ask Sanders what he thinks about the accusations that focusing on Clinton’s hair is sexist.
“No, not to the best of my knowledge, no”, Sanders replied.
Another grim milestone in this poll: She’s sunk below 50 percent against Bernie Sanders.
When the Senate returns from summer recess, Sanders said he plans to introduce legislation that would address the role of private corporations in the nation’s prison system.
Trump was not taken seriously by many analysts, and many commentators said it was merely a matter of time before he said or did something that would begin the unraveling of his campaign.
The country is just getting to know Bernie Sanders, who is viewed favorably by 36 percent of those polled, and negatively by 29 percent.
The CNN/ORC Poll was conducted by telephone August 13-16 among a random national sample of 1,001 adults.