In the late July Rasmussen survey, liberal voters, who are the most outraged by the potential elimination of the public option, also were already evenly divided over the possibility of an Obama-Clinton match-up in 2012.
Forty-eight percent (48%) saw it as a possibility, while 49% did not. Just three percent (3%) had no opinion. But again 16% said it was very likely, and 17% said it was not at all likely.
At that time, 53% of voters had a favorable opinion of Clinton versus 43% who have an unfavorable view of her. Fifty-nine percent (59%) of voters approved of the job she was doing as secretary of State.
Among Democrats, 79% viewed Clinton favorably, including 49% whose view of her was very favorable.
Obama’s approval ratings, by contrast, have been in negative territory for weeks in the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll.
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