According to a national poll ran by the Morning Consult, Hillary Clinton’s achievement of becoming the first woman to secure a major party’s presidential nomination is only viewed as a “historic moment” for the country by four in 10 voters.
The survey of 1,362 voters was conducted in the days after she claimed the required number of delegates. The sentiment was found to be stronger among women,42 percent, than men, 33 percent. Among other categories, only 22 percent of Americans viewed Clinton’s nomination as a “step forward” for the country. 18 percent said it made them feel “angry” and another 30 percent said it made them feel “frustrated.”
For more results from their survey, you can go to their site. Data below from their first poll is below: