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April 18, 2014

Poll: Hillary 'What Difference Does it Make' Clinton's Approval Plummets To Six year Low

Topics: Benghazi, Political News and commentaries

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Earlier this month Hillary Clinton was the planned keynote speaker at the 17th Annual Western Healthcare Leadership Academy in San Diego - but she's cancelled her visit in the midst of planned protests from San Diego locals and military families. Now we learn that Hillary's approval is plummeting .. so could it be that Hillary's legacy of scandal, and especially Benghazi, is finally catching up with her?

Via the Washington Post:

A new poll shows former secretary of state Hillary Clinton's (D) numbers hitting their lowest point in six years.

Meanwhile, it finds that the Republican Party is experiencing something of a renaissance.

The Fox News poll, from Democratic pollster Anderson Robbins Research and GOP pollster Shaw & Company, shows Clinton's favorable rating dropping to 49 percent, compared to 45 percent unfavorable.

The last time her numbers were in that ballpark was during the 2008 Democratic presidential primary race. After she ended her campaign, her favorable/unfavorable split was 47/46.

Other polls have shown Clinton's numbers -- which were stellar during her time as secretary of state -- steadily dropping since she left her post last year.

Moving forward, ask yourself the same question posited at Inquisiter: Setting aside Hillary Clinton's popularity rating, do you think the big media would be as excited about the possibility of the first woman president if the candidate was Sarah Palin, Condi Rice, Gov. Susana Martinez, or another Republican?

You already know the disgustingly obvious answer!

Posted by Richard at April 18, 2014 3:02 PM

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