For the first time since she began running for president, Hillary Clinton does not have a majority of Democratic support. A new poll by CNN released Wednesday is the second national survey out this week showing Clinton at less than 50 percent support in her party. Clinton now stands at 47 percent, Bernie Sanders at 29 percent, and possible candidate Joe Biden at 14 percent. Clinton is suffering from a lack of trust: 63 percent of Democrats say she did nothing wrong as secretary of state, down from 71 percent. The best news for Clinton is that she would beat all Republicans in the general election, including Donald Trump, by a greater margin than President Obama beat Mitt Romney in 2012.
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