This week Rasmussen Reports asked a more interesting question about Hillary Clinton than the mainstream media have been asking. (Not difficult.) Forty-six percent of 1,000 likely voters told Rasmussen that they agreed La Clinton should suspend her presidential campaign “until all the legal questions about her use of a private email server during her times as Secretary of State are resolved.”
A captivating prospect. But of course it won’t happen. Mz Hillary doesn’t like campaigning, and she’s not at all good at it. But she would rather suspend breathing than interrupt her last chance at the office she wants so badly that everyone in the lower-48 can taste it.
A nearly identical 44 percent say that the nation’s ex-wife should soldier on. Of course the go, no-go answers are skewed by political party. But it’s interesting that even 24 percent of Democrats agreed that Hillary should take time out to resolve this. Fully 73 percent of Republicans say she should hit the pause button. The poll has a margin of error of +/- 3 percent.
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