People aren’t buying Hillary’s crap and the numbers are proving it.
As Hillary Clinton gears up to reboot her historic but underwhelming presidential campaign with a dramatic New York City speech on Saturday, poll numbers show she might need more than a Big Apple skyline to motivate voters next year in key swing states.
Polling data collected this month by Vox Populi Polling in the six battleground states most likely to determine the 2016 presidential election show that Clinton trails a generic Republican candidate by 1 percentage point overall.
The 46–47 showing for the former secretary of state is a departure from nearly every poll since March that asked voters to choose between Clinton and a specific GOP candidate. Only Jeb Bush, the former Florida governor, has posted a winning margin against Clinton, and that was a month ago in a Fox News poll.
The rest of the field runs consistently behind her – until now, perhaps.
Clinton’s suddenly flagging performance in a hypothetical contest against a Republican – who is still unnamed – threatens to throw cold water on her big coming-out moment.
‘Sure it’s a challenge, and a big one,’ a Democratic campaign consultant in New Hampshire told Daily Mail Online on background. ‘I mean, look – we were hoping she’d run the table and lead wire-to-wire, but her negatives are high so it’s going to be a long year-and-a-half.’
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