WASHINGTON -- Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton leads, hands down, in anti-votes: 40 percent of those polled said they'd vote to keep her out of office.
Coming in second was former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, a Republican who 17 percent of respondents said they would like to keep out of office, a Fox 5-The Washington Times-Rasmussen Reports survey found.
Clinton's, D-N.Y., least-loving crowd was adult young men, the poll said. The survey of people identifying themselves as Democratic, Republican and independent voters did not give a margin or error.
"Hillary Clinton is better known than any (other) presidential candidate on either side. She has a lot of people who love her and a lot of people who hate her," Scott Rasmussen, who conducted the poll, told the Washington Times.
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