A recent Gallup poll revealed that the number one selling point for electing Hillary Clinton in 2016 is that she would be the first female president.
This poll was conducted on March 15-16, which asked 1,024 adults 18 and over was aimed at knowing what worked for Clinton and what didn’t. She is seen as the democratic front-runner for a 2016 presidential bid.
In the graphic above, nearly half of those surveyed couldn’t give a substantive response. But among those that did answer what would be the best thing about her is that she would be the first female president.
Nevermind looking at what either qualifies her or disqualifies her, the thing that makes her most electable is that she is a woman.
Sadly, as you will see in the next image, we see what people see as nagatives.
Unfortunately her handling of the Benghazi scandal is only seen by 2% as a negative. Also, only 2% view her past history/baggage as a negative.
So, remember one last thing as you look at the final image below. As the Democrats continue to sell the idea that the Republican party has waged a war on women, remember that Democrats are more worried about making history by electing a woman before looking at one’s qualifications.