Clinton’s 2016 campaign released a new polling study, but its data is only for one state.
The new report, which is focused on “body language,” is also only available in the states that Clinton has been in office.
That means that the data for that state could be skewed by her campaign’s data analysis and not necessarily her polling numbers.
Clinton’s campaign did not respond to a request for comment.
The report focuses on “the effect of body language on perceived and actual intentions, goals, and outcomes of political campaigns.”
Clinton, who has a well-documented tendency to take a “hard” stance on social issues, has been criticized for not following through on that stance.
Clinton has said she will not engage in “political violence” or use violence against anyone, including police officers, in her 2020 campaign.
Clinton also said during a 2015 rally that the only way to end the “disproportionate use of force” was to “stop killing people.”