Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's high approval rating is dropping. The latest Quinnipiac University poll shows 52-percent of registered voters have a favorable opinion of her, but that's down from 61-percent in February.
However, the survey also finds Clinton would be the favorite in a hypothetical match-up against Republican Senator Rand Paul or former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
Among Democrats, she's still extremely popular with a favorable rating of 91-percent. Forty-six percent of Independents and only 18-percent of Republicans feel the same way.
When it comes to gender, the poll finds 59-percent of women have a positive view of her compared to 44-percent of men.