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Hillary Meter: Just 24% Consider Clinton Likely Candidate in 2008

Monday, November 06, 2006

In the most recent Rasmussen Hillary Meter survey, former First Lady Hillary Clinton has shifted three points to the left on the ideological continuum to 58 points left of the nation’s political center. Only twice in 2006 has she been seen so far to the left. In October of 2005, she was seen as 60 points to the left of the nation’s political center. More recently, she had moved somewhat to the right, settling at 50 a month ago, and 51 a month before that.

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