During Bill Clinton's two terms in the White House, he changed the deficit from the beginning to a budget surplus when he left office. As a result, voters on both sides of the political spectrum view his economic expertise in a positive manner.
“He knows what hes doing. If I were in charge of economic policies, I'm not sure voters would be as optimistic," commented Hillary.
"I want to focus on the key issues that made my campaign resonate with middle class Americans. Job creation, tax reform, higher wages, and gender pay equality."
Still recovering from the 2009 financial crisis, many voters payed closer attention to the economic policies of the candidates. There has been a growing awareness that large segments are not given the same economic opportunity. Numerous studies have shown that women and minorities make less money than their counterparts for the same job.