Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s marathon testimony in front of the US House Select Committee on Benghazi appears to have worked in her political favor.
By Maxwell Tani for Business Insider:
According to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll released Tuesday, the number of Americans who remained unsatisfied with the Democratic presidential front-runner’s handling of the 2012 terrorist attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which left four Americans dead, has dropped significantly.
The poll found that 38% of Americans were unsatisfied with Clinton’s answers to questions about the attack, down from 44% who were unsatisfied before her 11-hour testimony in Congress last month.
Among swing voters, according to NBC, the percentage who said that they are not satisfied with her handling of the issue plunged from 84% at the beginning of October to 40% now. Just 23%, however, said they are satisfied.
Among Democratic primary voters, those numbers were even better for Clinton.
The poll showed that 72% of likely Democratic primary voters were….
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