Democrat voters have terrible judgment. There’s absolutely no way of denying or getting around this, no matter how much the left tries to do so. Time and time again, Americans have been given a front-row seat to the poor judgment of Democrat voters and now it’s playing out once again…just look at the leading 2020 candidates.
In the wake of the 2020 primary election, a Harvard-Harris poll confirms that Hillary Clinton, of all people, is the top choice amongst Democrat voters. Apparently, the left didn’t learn their lesson in 2016, nor did they grasp why Hillary Clinton is such a disliked and untrusted individual. After all, the Clintons and corruption are pretty much synonymous entities.
Reviewing the Data from the Harvard-Harris Poll
According to the poll’s findings, if Hillary Clinton were to jump into the race, she’d have 21% support, placing her exactly 1% ahead of Joe Biden. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Pete Buttigieg would each respectively come in at 16%, 13%, and 8%.
Over the past few months, Clinton has been flagrantly open about her bitterness of losing 2016 and her animosity towards President Trump. She simply can’t take it, a reality which is evidenced by her multiple jabs at Trump, both online and in interviews. Apparently, Clinton also doesn’t want to accept that she lost the 2016 race; this explains why she once professed that she can “obviously” beat President Trump “again.”
The failed presidential candidate has even toyed with the idea of entering the 2020 race. Clinton claims that although she’s faced pressure to run again, it’s not in her plans.
Will Trump and Clinton Face Off Again?
At this point, it appears fairly unlikely that Hillary Clinton will enter the 2020 presidential election again. She’s had pretty of chances to make that move if she really wanted to; instead, it seems like the twice-unsuccessful candidate prefers to lob petty insults from the cheap seats.
Still, the data from the aforementioned poll confirms that Democrat voters have yet to learn their lesson and this is why they will continue to lose election after election after election.
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