Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

New Poll: Huge Amount of Democrats Want Hillary To Face ‘Serious’ Democratic Challenger

Things may not be quite as rosy for Hillary Clinton as many people first thought. Of course, we have seen her popularity and approval ratings go down since she was Secretary of State. In fact, we have also seen her lose a lot of ground to almost all of the major GOP candidates (declared and non-declared) over the last few weeks, thanks to some recent scandals.

Voters Want Serious Challenger to Take on Hillary

Now that Hillary has finally made things official, declaring her candidacy for the 2016 Democratic Presidential nomination over the weekend, there seems to be a lot less enthusiasm than she had expected. I’m sure this new poll is making Hillary a bit worried. According to Bloomberg, 72 percent of Democrats and Independents want to see her face a serious challenger in her primary race. More from the poll:

“If Hillary Clinton is to become her party’s 2016 presidential nominee, independents and even Democrats overwhelmingly want to see her earn the title, according to a Bloomberg Politics national poll that also shows interesting headwinds for her candidacy.

As Clinton prepared to formally announce her candidacy on Sunday, nearly three-quarters of Democrats and independents in the survey said it would be a good thing for the Democratic Party if she were to face a ‘serious’ challenger for the nomination.”

Cracks Begin to Show

That is certainly not the type of reception the amazing Hillary was looking for. Personally, I think she just wants to be crowned and have that be the end of it. She has also taken steps to protect herself from having to answer difficult questions as much as possible through limitations on the press that has direct access to her.

The poll also showed some other problems for Hillary. A majority of voters think she withheld or destroyed important government emails. More voters in swing states are also seeing Hillary as dishonest. According to the poll, even 26 percent of Democrats say she purposefully withheld or deleted emails. Of course, this number jumps to 60 percent among independents and 81 percent among Republicans.

Lowest Favorablity Since 2009

Her favorability rating is now down to 48 percent, a drop of four points since December. This is now the first time she has fallen below 50 percent in a Bloomberg poll since 2009. It also seems as if she is not willing to tackle or face the hard questions that people are sure to be asking as her campaign continues.

A number of other political figures think these questions will dog and ultimately destroy her presidential bid. Especially if she is not interested in answering questions about Benghazi, her emails, and other actions during her time as Secretary of State.

There are a number of potential challengers who might be interested in running. Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley has been fairly outspoken about not wanting Hillary as the nominee, and he seems intent on running. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Vice President Joe Biden are also possible challengers. Many on the far left would like to see Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren run, although she has already said, ‘not interested.’ Plus, Lincoln Chafee officially launched a presidential exploratory committee and has said Clinton, “shouldn’t be president.”

What do YOU think?