North and South, Hillary’s miserable summer becoming a really bad Fall

Hillary Clinton‘s campaign strategy is all over the map — and right now she’s getting hit North and South.

According to The Hill, a Quinnipiac poll released in August showed Clinton lost a quarter of her support in Florida just over the summer months alone.

The constant stream of revelations from Hillary’s email scandal, and the candidate’s changing explanations, aren’t helping her standing with the public.

“Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers are like a leaky faucet,” assistant director of the Quinnipiac University poll Peter Brown wrote. “Drip…Drip…Drip.”

This is particularly troubling for Clinton because a YouGov/CBS News Poll released Sunday shows her in a double digit deficit to openly socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders in Iowa and New Hampshire. At the beginning of the summer, a June poll had her leading Sanders by 12 points.

Clinton Sanders
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If those numbers hold she will need the Sunshine State if she plans to grab the Democrat presidential nomination by winning all of the Southern states .

Sanders leads Clinton in Iowa with 43 percent of Democrat voters polled to Clinton’s 33 percent.

In New Hampshire the news is worse for the former secretary of state as Sanders — who represents neighboring Vermont — leads her by a score of 52 percent to 30 percent.

It looks like dancing with Ellen and producing faux tears hasn’t had the effect she wanted.

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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