Hillary Clinton's campaign announcement met with mixed opinions in New York City. Julie Noce reports.
(nats up full: GIRL POWER! GIRL POWER!) As news of Hillary Clinton's second run for the White House begins to settle in, some women in Times Square express support. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JELONDA FOSTER SAYING: "I think she's an awesome woman with experience. She has that 'it' that's going to make the difference. She's going to drive it home." (SOUNDBITE) (English) MORELES FIGUEROA SAYING: "I think so. She's worked very hard to get to where she's at. And, I believe there should be a woman president. It's time already... But others said her window of opportunity may already be closed. (SOUNDBITE) (English) DAVID WRAY SAYING: "I think in today's turmoil I'm not sure that she would be the right person to lead us." (SOUNDBITE) (English) GUS SAYING: "Being a good president? Only time will tell, you know, just like with everyone else." Clinton's 2008 bid for the Democratic nomination was heavily criticized for conveying a sense of arrogance and entitlement. This time she's hoping to portray herself as a more empathetic figure. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JAMES LUTER SAYING: "...she's been in politics a very long time, so yeah, I think she'd make a good president, yes." (SOUNDBITE) (English) SARAH LUTER SAYING: "And maybe we need a woman. . . maybe." According to a Reuters-Ipsos tracking poll, Clinton is supported by more than 60 percent of Democrats.