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Hillary’s Polls Continue Their Slide

Hillary’s insurmountable lead isn’t quite so insurmountable anymore.

Slowly, the other Democratic challengers – specifically Bernie Sanders – are beginning to chip away at Clinton’s position atop the polls.

Politico is reporting that July’s poll has Hillary’s support at 51 percent, but that’s down from 57 percent last month and 60 percent in April.

Sanders came in at 17 percent, up from 12 percent in June and 7 percent in April.

The Monmouth University poll shows Jim Webb and Martin O’Malley with one percent each.

Fifteen percent of voters are still undecided and 13 percent said they would support Joe Biden if he chose to jump into the race.

The margin of error is plus-or-minus 5.2 percent.

Amazingly, Clinton is still the most “favorable” Democratic candidate amongst Dem voters, with 74 percent rating her “favorable.” Joe Biden has a 67 percent favorability rating.

The second-tier candidates – former Virginia Senator Jim Webb and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley are still relative unknowns – even amongst fellow Democrats. Seven in ten voters have “no opinion” of the candidates at all.

“Most people seem to be focusing on a Sanders surge among the liberal wing of the party. But the bigger threat to Clinton may come from a Biden candidacy, where the two would be fighting for the same voters,” said Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute.