Not self-indentified moderates or centrists.
Not self-identified 'conservative' Dems (what does that even mean?)
Liberals do, at 87%.
Lots of other interesting returns on that one as well, it's definitely worth a read.
'BUT THAT'S JUST ONE POLL!'
True, but it's a statistically significant one, with results that support or exceed polls from:
So, what does this all mean?
1. Like Markos has said several times: If Hillary runs, short of a major negative event, she will be the nominee.
2. Ditto the caveat above, she is polling way ahead of any Repub nominees.
3. People who self-ID as Liberal within the Democratic Party support her overwhelmingly on a national election.
What should we take from it?
1. Hillary is a winner. I personally will vote for two other nominees ahead of her (if they run), but if she wins I will vote for and support her, as her presidency means continued influence in the Supreme Court, blocking disastrous GOP legislation and signing progressive legislation from Congress.
2. We can focus on 2014 and 2016 presidential elections, knowing that the status quo with Hillary is good enough for now (changes when the GOP candidate is decided).
3. It is NOT useful to cite Obama at this point when trying to influence others....he's not running again and HRC is popular.
4. HRC has a LOT of data backing her potential success on the elections...citing anecdotal evidence does nothing but cloud people's judgements. If you're going to bring anti-Hillary or anti-Dem theories or assertions upfront, make sure you have the same weight of data to support it!
More, and Better, Democrats in 2014 and 2016!