Los números de la Senadora parecen ser mejores -lo de mejores es un decir- cuando la muestra se limita al sector de votantes que se declaran independientes. Entre los independientes no es un 50% el que no votaría por ella. Es un 48%.... sí, un 48% de los independientes dicen que no la votarían, frente a un 37% de independientes que dicen que la votarían.
While one would expect that women would be more likely than men to lean towards Senator Clinton, this is not the case as 38 percent of women and 34 percent of men both say they would vote for her. Even among women there is a divide as four in 10 (41%) single women say they would vote for Senator Clinton, compared to 36 percent of married women. Over half of both men (56%) and married women (52%) say they would not vote for her for president. (...)
Besides her track records and politics, there are other reasons why so many people do not like Senator Clinton. Fully half (52%) agree that she does not appear to connect with people on a personal level, and this number is even higher among married women (53%), men (56%), Matures (68%), and, of course, Republicans (73%). This may be her big problem. (...)
A Hillary le esperan dos años muy largos.