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NBC/WSJ Poll: Hillary Healing With Public on Scandals

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By    |   Tuesday, 03 Nov 2015 12:18 PM

A national poll conducted after last month's House grilling of Hillary Clinton on the Benghazi attack and her use of a private email server has found Americans are not concerned about the former secretary of state's scandals as she runs for president.

The NBC/Wall Street Journal poll found 48 percent of Americans believe Clinton's use of a private email server — which some believe compromised national security — "is NOT an important factor in your deciding whether to vote for her as president." Only 42 percent said they believed it was an important factor.

Before her testimony, a majority of Americans — 47-44 percent — had said it was important.

The poll also found Americans — by 40-27 percent — believe the House investigation into the Benghazi attack in which Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans were killed is "unfair and too partisan," rather than "fair and impartial."

According to the Journal, the results indicate Clinton "has put to rest many voters' questions about her handling of the 2012 Benghazi attacks. It also says "among Democrats and swing voters, there was a significant rise in satisfaction with Mrs. Clinton's response."

The poll quizzed 1,000 adults from Oct. 25-29.

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A national poll conducted after last month's House grilling of Hillary Clinton on the Benghazi attack and her use of a private email server has found Americans are not concerned about the former secretary of state's scandals as she runs for president.
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