Hillary Clinton leading the polls but lost support compared to a year ago. Respondents believe that Bernie Sanders “cares more about people.”
Within hours they begin to be held the caucus in Iowa, the last poll in this state ‘key’ gives a slight edge-three points- the former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton , against the Vermont senator Bernie Sanders . 30% of potential participants in the meetings estn undecided democrats still, according to the survey conducted between 26 and 29 January for Bloomberg and the newspaper The Desmoine Register ‘.
45% of potential caucus goers democrats, chose Clinton as their first choice, while 42% expressed a preference for Sanders. 3% seal former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley.
The race in the last year of the candidates to succeed Barack Obama highlights the continued rise of the senator. In January 2015, only 5% of respondents chose as favorite to Sanders, who seeks out a ‘political revolution’ to Washington. In Clinton’s case, we see a wear . A year ago was the preferred candidate for 56% of respondents.
More than half of respondents, in addition, believes that the political veteran “cares more about people than his rival, perceived as among the 37% of potential voters democrats. In June 2015, the Clinton political image as concerned about people’s problems was 40%.
Both candidates tie for the absolute feeling that arouse between 81% and 82% of respondents. When asked about other policies figures, Survey includes for the first time the former mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg . A few weeks ago, US media reported that shuffled seriously run for the White House.
The survey also echoed some polmicas and attacks against the former Secretary of State is made. As questions the role of Bill Clinton’s campaign and the importance of ‘affairs’ extramarital in Clinton’s candidacy. For 73% of respondents , former President PERFORMANCE a big role in their legislatures in the White House and is an asset to the country. As for the private life of the applicant, 30% of respondents said they agree with how it has managed these issues and 57%, he does not mind this cuestin.
The Republican candidate Donald Trump Clinton acus not be a good advocate for the rights of women by how had managed his private life.
According to the survey, the employer continues to lead the Republican choice. 28% of respondents chose it as favorite to win the nomination. In second position is the senator from Texas Ted Cruz , which is the preferred option for 23% of respondents. Third Senator Marco Rubio with 15% of support among potential participants in the Republican Iowa caucus is placed.