This Week's 'New York NOW' Poll Question
Will Senate Democrats become the majority in 2016?
Last Week's Results
Do you think Hillary Clinton will win the Democratic nomination?
Your thoughts on Hillary Clinton:
Answer: Yes. "I hope so, she will be easy to defeat...." -Anonymous
Answer: Yes. "Husband Bill owes her for his past "transgressions" and will do whatever it takes to deliver the goods." -Larry. P., Great Neck
Answer: Yes. "The establishment will vote her in." -Nick K., New York
Answer: Yes. "My heart tends toward Bernie but, sadly, he's too liberal and forthright to win the majority vote. We can only hope that when Hillary is elected she'll champion some of the issues that made Bernie our hero." -Bonnie M., Plattsburgh
Answer: Yes. "She is a dedicated hard worker and has a very good resume in Government." -Peter A., Queens
Answer: No. "Bernie Sanders is a stronger and a genuine candidate. Americans are tired of her arrogance and her lies." -Anonymous
Answer: Yes. "I sure hope so! :-)" -Anonymous
Answer: Yes. "Whom ever is without sin, cast the first stone . What great mortal sin has she committed? although, l love Sanders, l feel he cannot Windows over those lunática out there. She deserves the nomination." -Rosalba V., New Brunswick, NJ.
Answer: Yes. "She is brilliant, passionate, experienced and the best person to lead our country." -Lorca P., Manhattan
Answer: Yes. "She is by far the most qualified to be President." -Anonymous
Answer: Yes. "Hillary Clinton is the only candidate truly qualified to be the Democratic candidate and also to be POTUS!" -Kristine K., Toronto, Canada
Answer: Yes. "If she isn't convicted first." -Martin M., Flushing
Answer: No. "Feel the Bern!" -Jack L., Glens Falls
Answer: Yes. "She is so well versed in all things needed to be president." -Anonymous
Answer: Yes. "Sanders will win NH and may even win the Iowa caucus, but he won't be able to overcome Clinton's firewall of South Carolina and large delegate states on super Tuesday. Democratic voters may vote with their heart for Bernie, but vote with their brain for Hillary." -Mark, Kinderhook
Answer: No. "While I admire her and was impressed with her efforts as Secretary of State. I am troubled by her corporate supporters. I, despite my fundamentally conservative leaning, will support Senator Sanders, because of his anti-corporate agenda Ms. Clinton is too indebted to her supporters to represent ordinary Americans." -Mark W., Delanson
Answer: Yes. "I hope so because she's overqualified! It would be great for our economy, (increase 35%) balance budgets and she would clean up mess! She's had lots of practice Senator of NY! She deserves to win~She's worked hard for it!" -Melanie H., Albany
Answer: No. "With all her money, organization and experience, if she cant beat Sen. Sanders in Iowa, she's done. She just does not have what it takes. The crazy email saga is still playing out, which will further sink her ship. Sad, very sad." -Wolfgang K., Williamstown, MA
Answer: Yes. "In the end, she will be recognized as the most experienced Democratic nominee." -Sharon S., Niskayuna
Answer: No. "Way too tarnished. Thanks to SM we are now much more aware of where her loyalties lie - her own pocket. She's just another power hungry one percenter." -Tracy T., Troy
Answer: No. "As long as she continues to use PAC money, she's part of the problem." -Tom B., Schenectady
Answer: No. "People are tired of dynastic rule and Clinton is lying about single payer. With a monopsonist buyer of pharma, medical devices and MRI tests, the doctors and greedy drug companies won't be able to price gouge us all. Single payer can drive prices down we all buy as one. Hillary takes millions from the for profit hospitals and medical industry." -Bob, Albany
Answer: No. "The FBI is ready to indict Hillary Clinton and if its recommendation isn't followed by the U.S. attorney general, the agency's investigators plan to blow the whistle and go public with their findings, former U.S. House Majority leader Tom DeLay" -John F.
Disclaimer: This is not a scientific poll. It is not intended to be viewed as representative of general public opinion. Rather, results indicate the opinions of a self-selecting group of online respondents which may or may not be representative of more widespread public opinion.
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