The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

83 per­cent of Demo­cratic vot­ers say “the idea of elect­ing the first woman pres­i­dent” does not make them in­clined to vote for Hil­lary Clin­ton.

72 per­cent say it is a “good thing” for Mrs. Clin­ton to have com­pe­ti­tion to be­come the Demo­cratic nom­i­nee for pres­i­dent.

53 per­cent say Mrs. Clin­ton pur­posely with­held or deleted some emails” rel­e­vant to her time as sec­re­tary of state.

39 per­cent say they “def­i­nitely will not vote” for Mrs. Clin­ton.

25 per­cent say they “may or may not” vote for Mrs. Clin­ton.

17 per­cent say they will “prob­a­bly” vote for Mrs. Clin­ton.

18 per­cent say they “def­i­nitely” will vote for her. Source: A Bloomberg Pol­i­tics poll of 687 Democrats and in­de­pen­dents who lean Demo­cratic, con­ducted April 6-8.

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