Two years after Barack Obama prevailed over Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination, the latter is doing better in the polls than the former — depending on the poll, 10 to 25 percentage points better, noted Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank. Now-Secretary of State Clinton “has helped her situation by sticking to relatively low-profile issues,” Milbank wrote. “While the White House drove the divisive policies such as Afghanistan, she has busied herself in quieter corners of the world, enhancing the perception that she’s above the political fray.” Still, it’s hard to believe that Clinton, who was such a polarizing figure as a first lady and presidential candidate, “would someday win the favor of two-thirds of her countrymen.”
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