Monday, December 14, 2015

Momentum builds for the first woman president!

At this point in the game, it would be hard to stop Hillary from winning the Democratic Party's primary, but I'm still going to keep my eye on the Lefties who are known to do whatever it takes to get their MAN nominated. Catch up on the latest poll results below:
Hillary Clinton greeted audience in Iowa. Credit Nati Harnik/Associated Press; courtesy of the Caucus, NY Times.
Hillary Clinton is building on her lead over Senator Bernie Sanders in Iowa, according to a new poll that shows the former secretary of state gaining momentum less than two months before the state’s caucuses.

A survey released on Monday by The Des Moines Register and Bloomberg Politics found that 48 percent of Democrats who expect to caucus next year support Mrs. Clinton, while 39 percent back Mr. Sanders and 4 percent are for Martin O’Malley, the former governor of Maryland. 

Mrs. Clinton has widened her lead over Mr. Sanders since October, when she was beating the Vermont senator by a margin of 42 to 37 percent. That poll included Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. as a potential presidential candidate, but much of his support shifted to Mrs. Clinton when Mr. Biden opted not to run.

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