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Hillary on course to win 2016 presidential election: Poll

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Published on June 26, 2015 with No Comments

Hillary Clinton is the firm favourite to be chosen as the Democratic Party nominee for the 2106 US presidential polls and go on to be elected as the first woman president of America, according to a new poll. A Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll taken in the days after Clinton held her first public rally earlier this month, showed the former secretary of state garnering broad support for being chosen the Democratic presidential nominee. Three-quarters of Democratic primary voters said Clinton was their top pick to be the nominee, compared with the 15 per cent who selected Bernie Sanders.

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal announced that he would run for the US presidency in 2016, giving himself a mountain to climb from the bottom of a full pack of Republican candidates.
“My name is Bobby Jindal and I am running for President of the United States of America,” Jindal, who became the first person of Indian-American heritage to run for US president, said on his website.
His website featured videos of Jindal and his wife, Supriya, telling their three children that he was going to be a candidate and promising his daughter they would get a puppy if they moved to the White House.
Once seen as a rising Republican star, Jindal has struggled with a fiscal crisis and a slump in popularity in his home state and usually ranks near the bottom in polls of Republicans seeking the nomination for the November 2016 presidential election. Jindal, a two-term governor who also represented Louisiana in the US House of Representatives, joins 12 other Republicans in the race.


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