Hillary Clinton at the American Federation of Teachers Union on July 13, 2018 (Video screenshot)

Hillary Clinton at the American Federation of Teachers Union on July 13, 2018 (Video screenshot)

Pollster Frank Luntz is wondering whether his recent poll sample was skewed, because it reveals “more Republicans hope that Hillary runs in 2020 than Democrats.”

Investigative reporter Sara Carter reports: “All across the Twitterverse Republicans are praying, joking and hopeful Clinton will run. I didn’t see much support coming from Democrats. In fact, on their end it’s mainly crickets.”

She’s already a two-time loser, having lost in the Democratic primary in 2008 by an upstart named Barack Obama. Then in 2016, with the full power of the Democratic machine and her own massive Washington influence operation in play, she lost in decisive fashion to businessman Donald Trump, a political newcomer.

Luntz queried a sample of voters after the New York Daily News reported, “Hillary Clinton hasn’t learned her lesson yet. The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee is reportedly weighing a third run for the Oval Office, despite her past failures.”

His sample showed more Republicans want Clinton than Democrats.

“Maybe may sample is skewed,” he tweeted. “But I’ve seen more Republicans hope that Hillary runs in 2020 than Democrats.”

If that happens, the race likely would be a rematch of 2016,

Already, dozens of Democrats have indicated interest or declared their candidacy, from forever-politician Joe Biden to newcomers Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren.

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