POLL: CLINTON MOST TRUSTED ON CYBERSECURITY — What email problems? Americans looking for a cyber savior among the presidential candidates overwhelmingly pick Hillary Clinton, finds a new poll of 1,000 registered voters. Asked to select a candidate the “most qualified to protect the U.S. from cyberattacks,” 42 percent picked Hillary Clinton, putting her in first place. A distant second was Donald Trump with 24 percent.
Among respondents, 64 percent said they expect a presidential campaign to be hacked. Voters also gave Democrats a slight edge when it comes to offering the “best policy solution for protecting your personal information,” with 38 percent against Republicans’ 36 percent. The spread is within the margin of error, which is 3.1 percentage points. Among millennials, however, the Democratic share grew to 56 percent. The poll was conducted by Wakefield Research for PKWARE, a cybersecurity firm selling encryption solutions. More: https://prn.to/1Qp3e9f