I'm OK with these numbers. Lin, are they not better than what you expected?
Certainly, this result does nothing to shake my conviction that she will at least be the nominee of her party. I also think she can win.
No, they're not better than I expected, there pretty close to what I figured given a couple of key points. Independents (often the swing and deciding voters).
I'm An Independent And I'd Vote For Her [ 4 ] [12.12%]
I'm An Independent But I'm Undecided About Voting For Her [ 5 ] [15.15%]
I'm An Independent And Wouldn't Vote For Her [ 8 ]
You have twice as many "I wouldn't vote for her" as those who would, as well as another 5 that are undecided but some have said are leaning towards NO.
Now look at the numbers for Dems.
I'm A Dem And I'd Vote For Her [ 5 ] [15.15%]
I'm A Dem and I Don't Know If I'd Vote For Her [ 6 ] [18.18%]
I'm A Dem and Wouldn't Vote For Her [ 2 ]
Here you have Dems who aren't sure they'd vote for her. How comforting is that? If you can't get good backing out of the gate from those in your OWN party, that doesn't give me any warm, fuzzies.
The real X factor in all this may be the GOP voters. Not one of those that responded said they would vote for her or were even open to considering voting for her. With Republicans disgruntled with their own party, a Hillary nomination (IMO) will insure a LACK of party cross over votes that another Dem might otherwise garner.
So overall, it's pretty close to what I figured and I why I think she's a bad choice. Members of her own party aren't sure they'd vote for her. Many independents right out of the gate wouldn't vote for her, some of the undecideds are leaning toward no as well and no GOP crossover votes.