David Leonhardt, New York Times – March 9, 2015
The Democratic Party is on the cusp of a primary-election campaign unlike any in memory. It does not have an incumbent president running for re-election. It does not even have a sitting vice president with an easy path to the nomination. Yet the party may conduct one of the least competitive nominating contests in modern political history.
Ronald Brownstein, National Journal – February 9, 2015
Much of the debate about Hillary Rodham Clinton’s potential appeal to female voters may be focusing on the wrong group of women.
Margie Omero, Huffington Post – January 26, 2015
The latest Washington Post/ABC News poll shows Hillary Clinton solidly besting her potential Republican opponents. It even suggests by two-to-one, she benefits from her status as the potential first woman President (although far more say it makes no difference). But can we trust voters’ own perceptions of their prejudices?
Pew Research Center – May 19, 2014
As the 2016 presidential campaign begins to take shape, Washington experience has become less of a potential asset for those seeking the White House.
Gabriel Debenedetti, Reuters – May 15, 2014
Most Americans have a favorable view of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and think she will win the 2016 presidential election, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Thursday.
Dalia Sussman, New York Times – February 26, 2014
More than 8 in 10 Democrats say they want Hillary Rodham Clinton to run for president in 2016, showing a level of interest in her that no other potential candidates – Democrat or Republican – come close to matching among their party’s voters, according to a New York Times/CBS News Poll.