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Hillary Clinton 2024 run doesn’t have much support: poll

There’s been growing talk in recent days that Hillary Clinton might mount a comeback. No doubt she would love to make another run. Only problem is, voters aren’t eager for it, particularly Democrats.

According to the Washington Examiner:

Republican pollster McLaughlin and Associates added Clinton questions to its monthly survey and found she would lose to Trump in a rematch of their 2016 race by a whopping 10 points, 51% to 41%. That’s slightly better than Harris would do, 51% to 40%.

She should forget a direct challenge to Biden, who has said he plans to run for reelection with Harris as his No. 2. That’s because the survey found she would receive just 7% of the Democratic primary vote if Biden runs.

Even if he doesn’t run, she’s a loser. In a Biden-free primary, Clinton has just 9% of the support of likely Democratic voters, the same as Ocasio-Cortez. Obama leads with those voters at 22%, followed by Harris at 16%.

2 thoughts on “Hillary Clinton 2024 run doesn’t have much support: poll”

  1. She’s already had two failed attempts to win the white house, why would they even risk a third? We should never have had to endure the Clintons. If Ross Perot would simply have stayed out of the 1992 presidential race, Bill Clinton would simply have been another “also ran”. He could not have defeated Bush in a two man race.

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