In addition to her wealth of problems when talking about money, Hillary Clinton has another problem she can’t shake: Benghazi.
A new poll from Rasmussen Reports shows that little has changed in voters’ minds since last fall.
The national survey of likely voters shows that 44 percent believe the circumstances that resulted in four deaths in Libya will hurt her if she decides to run for president in 2016.
That’s slightly down from 46 percent in January, but virtually unchanged from last October (43 percent).
Only 7 percent say the Benghazi issue could help her.