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Dec072015

4 A few months To search And Hillary Clinton Will be the Indicate

You will find about four months before first votes are cast in the Democratic primaries for the 2008 Presidential election. Four months is just a extended time in politics. Anything can occur in four months in election campaigns. However, at this point along the way, Elect Hillary Clinton includes a commanding lead in the newest polls and looks like she is all about to really make the actual primary process her personal coronation for the Democratic Party nomination.


Consider the most recent NBC News, Wall Street Journal poll (8/1/2007) for a moment. Hillary Clinton leads her closest rival Barack Obama by a 43% to 21% margin nationally. The latest Gallop survey even offers similar findings This is a huge increase from her small 36% to 31% advantage over Obama in April with this year.


Also, Clinton leads Obama by 49 to19 percent


(30 point advantage) in delegate rich California in a poll released on August 17, 2007, for the Sacramento Bee newspaper.


Hillary Clinton's poll numbers demonstrate a dramatic gain since the recent CNN/Youtube debate with Barack Obama. Barack responded in the affirmative to a question about meeting American- bashing dictators by giving them an audience as President. This exposed the question of his not enough experience for Hillary to exploit and she did so very well.


Her reflection that Barack was "naïve" and will be useful for propaganda purposes, underscores what most Americans believe; that Obama is really a very charismatic, intelligent man who is also very inexperienced in managing domestic and foreign government affairs. Barack may be described as a politician with a massive future, but he has a very limited resume of government experience in the present.


Hillary still has challenges to overcome over the next almost a year before she can claim the nomination from Democratic primary voters, despite her healthy lead in recent public opinion polls. Her challenges are the following:


Barack Obama really has resources. You can never underestimate the Elect Hillary Clinton candidate that raises the absolute most profit any election and Barack Obama has raised more income than anyone else. He has a huge campaign war chest to utilize and is just a new fresh face which might regain interest a public fed up with the same old politics in Washington D.C.


Hillary Clinton has high unfavorable ratings. Despite her lead in the polls, Hillary Clinton continues to score high unfavorable numbers with Democrat voters (around 40%) and she remains a polarizing figure nationally by having an unfavorable rating of forty nine percent.If she begins to trail leading Republican candidates in Presidential trial polls, Democrat voters may see her as a loser on top of their ticket.


Barack Obama leads in early primary voting states. Obama currently leads in the polls in the first primary states of Iowa and South Carolina and early victories in these primaries could give him momentum and favorable press coverage in other states.


Clinton/Bush fatigue. The nation has had twenty straight years of a Bush or Clinton in the White House and may be looking at four or eight more. It's possible sooner or later to start to see fatigue with America's two Presidential families and the voters may start Elect Hillary Clinton.


Democratic Party primary voters: Recent polls reveal that Democratic primary voters disagree with Hillary Clinton on several of the issues. She remains defending her Senate vote to authorize an Iraq War that's very unpopular to the majority of Democratic primary voters. Also, her belief that America is safer than ahead of the 9/11 attacks is a posture only twenty seven percent of Democratic primary voters agree with.


Hillary Clinton has run a perfectly managed campaign during the last seven months. She's raised nearly forty million dollars for her (primary election) campaign war chest during the very first 50% of 2007, and has adroitly exploited every political opportunity while making few mistakes. She's presented herself as an able campaigner and an experienced politician. Her increased standing in most major public opinion poll reflects her campaign's competence.

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