TRIP Releases its 8th Snap Poll Results
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The Teaching, Research and International Policy (TRIP) project of the College of William Mary has polled foreign policy scholars to see who among the current crop of Democrats and Republicans they believe would handle America's international relations best. Not surprisingly, two establishment figures carried the day: Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state, vastly outpolled her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders. And John Kasich, the center-right former governor of Ohio, former chairman of the Senate Budget Committee and Lehman Brother's banker, led among Republicans. Read the full report here.