Poll: Majority Would Back Hillary Clinton In 2016

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Poll: Majority Would Back Hillary Clinton In 2016

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would garner the support of 57 percent of Americans—66 percent of women and 49 percent of men—if she chose to run for president in 2016, according to a new poll. What do you think?

  • “I don’t know—do you think she really wants the job?”

    Dick Ives
    Systems Analyst
  • “Women are too emotional for the job. She’d probably pardon, like, every single turkey at Thanksgiving.”

    Morris Woodlock
    Floor Layer
  • “So it’s decided, then: Hilary Clinton and Marco Rubio for the presidential nominees. That cut out a lot of needless work. Okay, see you in 2016!”

    Lisa Strickland
    Medical Librarian