Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Poll: Only 16 Percent Back Hillary for Pres.


U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., speaks as she delivers a policy address Wednesday, Jan, 18, 2006, at Princeton University in Princeton, N.J. Clinton called for United Nations sanctions against Iran as it resumes its nuclear program and faulted the Bush administration for 'downplaying' the threat. Iran resumed nuclear research in a move Tehran claims is for energy, not weapons. (AP Photo/ Jose F. Moreno) COMMENTLINE
Ah, polls can say the darndest things.

Perhaps if Hill wasn't busy cuddling up on the plantation with Harry, the poll numbers would be a bit different.

Perhaps the worst harbinger is that even among self-proclaimed liberals, only 33 percent say they'd definitely vote for her.

Poll: Only 16 percent definitely back Hillary
( -- The latest national survey does not bode well for New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, should she seek the presidency in 2008.

A Gallup poll for CNN and USA Today reveals 51 percent of Americans say they would absolutely not vote for Mrs. Clinton for president, with only 16 percent definitely backing her. Another 32 percent say they'd consider voting for the Democrat. Read full story.

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