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Hillary Clinton as U.S. Secretary of State wins approval in U.S., England, Australia, Scotland and Ireland
  Nov 20, 2008

An Internet poll conducted in five countries: The United States, Ireland, Scotland, England, and Australia involving 38, 408 respondents-provided to ROBBINS “The most accurate public opinion pollster in the World”-- relating to the question of New York Senator Hillary Clinton-the correct choice for U.S. Secretary of State-margin of error (0.13%). Final numbers relative to population. Yes-U.S. (50%); England (64%); Australia (68%); Scotland (66%); Ireland (73%). No-U.S. (43%); England (21%); Australia (19%); Scotland (28%); Ireland (15%).

Question #1
In your opinion is- New York Senator and former candidate for President-, Hillary Clinton-, the correct choice for U.S. Secretary of State-- in President-elect Barack Obama’s Cabinet?
Yes    53.3 %
No    38.2 %
Undecided    8.4 %
Commentary
At the time of this publication it appears that Hillary Clinton is on track to become the next Secretary of State of the United States of America in President-elect Barack Obama’s new Cabinet. While one in two U.S. citizens support this selection, over two-thirds of citizens in the United Kingdom and Australia are for Senator Clinton as U.S. Secretary of State.
Of Decided respondents in the United States (58.3%) support Senator Clinton for Secretary of State, while a whopping (80%) of Decided respondents in England, Australia, Scotland, and Ireland support the New York Senator in this prestigious role.
In polls published by ROBBINS “The most accurate public opinion pollster in the World” during the race in the United States for the Democratic nomination, reference was made to Ms. Clinton for Secretary of State.
Obviously, President-elect Barack Obama has considered the economic challenges at home-- his first priority as President-- and is hoping to capitalize on the obvious popularity of the Clinton name in conjunction with his own massive popularity abroad-- to create the penultimate leadership environment from which to bring United States fortunes and prestige-- both at home and abroad--- back up to levels achieved during the 1990’s under former U.S. president Bill Clinton’s leadership.
Glen P. Robbins robbins.canada@email.com
Adjustment was made on Decided respondents--outside the United States based on the fact that many respondents who said "No" or were "Undecided" may have preferred former U.S. Presdident Bill Clinton for Secretary of State--and the 2 for 1 theory applies. No such adjustment was implemented in main question/answer however.

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