Mitt Romney vs Hillary Clinton
WASHINGTON -- Democrats have an overwhelming favorable view of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, but she would be soundly beaten if she ran for president against Sen. John McCain, a new Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll has found.
Underscoring the New York lawmaker's potential vulnerability, the poll also found that Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, a Republican little known to most voters, would give Clinton a run for her money.
And that's coming from the liberal media via the Los Angeles Times.
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Romney's religion — Mormonism — and McCain's age could be more problematic. Fourteen percent of registered voters said they could not vote for a Mormon. The same number said they could not vote for someone who is 72 years old, which will be McCain's age on election day in 2008.
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