Hillary Clinton failed for the second time to become President of the United States, begging the question, “What’s next?” Well, according to a new Rasmussen Reports poll, a majority of voters think it’s time for her to quit the public arena altogether:
“Following Hillary Clinton’s surprise loss to Donald Trump, most voters think it’s time for her to quit the public arena,” notes a new Rasmussen Reports survey, which finds that 55 percent of all likely voters agree that Mrs. Clinton should perhaps find something else to do. The inevitable partisan divide: 82 percent of Republicans, 54 percent of independents and 31 percent of Democrats agree with the idea, while 57 percent of the loyal Democrats say Mrs. Clinton should stay in the public life. But the dynamics appear to have changed.
It’s not all good news, however. Terrifyingly, most Democrats also believe their party should move more towards the policy expressed by Clinton’s primary opponent, Bernie Sanders:
“Democratic voters now believe their party should go more in the direction of Clinton’s primary opponent, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Fifty four percent of likely Democratic voters think the party should be more like Sanders. Only 26 percent think the party should stay more like Clinton, although a sizable 20 percent are undecided,” the poll reports.
Let’s all hope the liberals calm down by 2020.