Solid majorities of whites, independents, and all age groups view him favorably
Two-thirds of Americans — 66% — have a favorable opinion of former U.S. President Bill Clinton, tying his record-high favorability rating recorded at the time of his inauguration in January 1993. Clinton nearly returned to this level of popularity at two points in his second term, but has generally seen lower ratings, averaging 56% since 1993.
Clinton’s popularity could make him one of the more valuable speakers at the 2012 Democratic National Convention later this summer, where he will reprise his 2008 convention role as booster-in-chief for Barack Obama. Hillary Clinton’s favorable rating was also 66% in Gallup’s most recent measure. Obama himself is viewed favorably by 54% of Americans.
Along with his record-high favorable rating, Clinton now has a near-record-low 28% unfavorable rating, according to the July 9-12 Gallup poll. The only times since 1993 that his unfavorable rating has been lower — 26% and 27% — were in January of his inaugural year.
This is the same guy that Obamanation wanted to purge from the Democratic party. If he could run for a third term he would win in a landslide.
Eat shit and die, Obots!