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Hillary Meter: 43% Liberal

29% Definitely Vote For, 37% Definitely Vote Against

Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Hillary Clinton has allied herself with the moderate Democratic Leadership Council and rumors abound that she will vote to confirm John Roberts for the Supreme Court. But, her image is so firmly entrenched that there is little movement in the latest edition of the Hillary Meter (review trends).

Ideologically, there is little change in perceptions of New York's junior Senator compared to recent surveys. Forty-three percent (43%) believe that she is politically liberal. That's down from 45% two weeks ago and 51% in January.

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