CNN/ORC, Reuters/Ipsos, and CBS have all conducted major polls that specifically address Hillary Clinton’s ongoing email controversy. Despite the recent revelation that Clinton wiped her private email server “clean,” results have shown that the drawn-out email drama numbers for the general election remain largely unaffected. The Reuters/Ipsos’ poll showed that the email fiasco has no impact on whether their respondents will vote for her. CBS’s poll revealed that Clinton would not have a difficult time at all in a primary. And CNN’s poll indicated a slight drop in her favorability ratings, but she’s still comfortably in the lead against speculative rivals like Florida Governor Jeb Bush, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. (No word yet on her chances against Carly Fiorina.)
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