Do You Want Hillary Clinton to Contest the Presidential Election Again in 2020?

Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton

RMN Poll

By Rakesh Raman

After losing the presidential election to Donald Trump in November last year, Hillary Clinton has gone into deep hibernation.

Conjectures, however, are rife that she might run for president again in 2020, considering the fact that actually she had won the last election in terms of number of votes polled.

Although Trump had received majority of the 538 state-by-state electoral votes to win the presidency, Clinton won 48.2% of the popular vote compared with 46.1% for Trump.

In other words, Clinton got nearly 3 million more votes than what Trump got in the November election. But the U.S. election system declared Trump as the winner.

Despite his alleged links with Russia and demands for his impeachment, Trump is expected to complete his four-year term. He also has declared emphatically that he will win again in 2020 to continue his presidency until 2024.

In order to help Clinton make up her mind, Raman Media Network (RMN) has launched this poll which will provide her vital feedback from American voters. You are invited to participate in the following poll.

Do you want Hillary Clinton to contest the presidential election again in 2020?

Do You Want Hillary Clinton to Contest the Presidential Election Again in 2020?


By
Rakesh Raman, who is a government’s National award-winning journalist and runs free school for deserving children under his NGO – RMN Foundation.

Photo courtesy: Hillary Clinton

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Rakesh Raman

  • Sandra

    Hillary lost not because of the Russians, Comey, third-party voters or any of the other “dog ate my homework” excuses put forth by the Democratic party. She lost because she was absolutely the wrong candidate for the times, trying to convince voters whose lives were getting worse that the status quo was all that was possible and because she ran possibly the worst campaign ever seen. The rigging and election fraud on the part of the DNC and state Democratic parties couldn’t have been more obvious, and whether she ordered it or not, she never called it out. And she was too lazy and too full of hubris to visit voters in rural Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan, even when Bernie supporters tried to convince her campaign that she shouldn’t ignore these voters. These are the states that sealed her loss. People who were fooled into voting for her in 2016 because of “inevitability” or fear of Trump are not likely to be fooled again. It’s time for the Democratic party to quit trying to peddle corporatist candidates and put forth a candidate who will actually work on behalf of the public interests.

  • Mary Kay Baker

    Hillary spent twice as much as Trump did just to lose. She lost because people in swing states believe she and her husband supported policies that lost them their jobs. They believe she and her husband have supported corporations over the working class people in America. That is not going to change in four years. She is highly unpopular and has a negative favorability rating among Americans. A poll was taken in America on election day to see if Bernie would have beaten Trump, the poll said he would have beaten Trump by 12 points. In America both she and Trump are viewed very negatively. The corporate democrats did everything to see that Bernie Sanders did not win the primary, there is more evidence of cheating during the primary than by Russians. We are just suppose to “trust” intelligence agencies. Progressives are very bitter against Hillary for undermining a candidate that could have actually beaten Trump.

    Please note polls in the US say Americans do not want her to run again.

  • NYCTim

    Why is there no option for HELL NO!? Hillary’s time is done. She and the DNC already Fd up the 2016 election. Debbie Wasserman Schultz lied and cheated to make sure Bernie Sanders would not be the nominee and now we have Trump as President. Way to go, morons. Hillary, I love you, but you’re done. Go away. You’re toxic.

  • https://sites.google.com/site/victorcypert/ Victor T Cypert

    I want a progressive voice in the race next time.

  • metta8

    The question does not really make any sense. I’m assuming that English is not the first language of the author. 2020 is a new election. What is there to contest about it? It has not even started. Is the author asking if Clinton should run in 2020? If so, the answer is No!

  • brian

    i’m still looking for the HELL NO button.

  • Kris Hughes

    What a joke.

  • Catherine Stevens

    She didn’t really contest it this time. What the hell are you talking about?!