To me the most interesting finding was the response about Hillary Clinton which is summarized in this chart.
The "Honesty" issue is definitely a negative. When she is pitted against a Republican this could become an issue. Yet it's not an insurmountable problem because Richard Nixon was deemed a "crook" and yet he was elected President.
Her "strong leadership" score on the other hand is an important asset that will help her make a case for her candidacy. As I've written elsewhere no other contender has been Secretary of State. No other candidate has lived for eight years in the White House.
The overall take away from the poll according to the times was that, "Hillary Rodham Clinton is viewed more favorably than she was earlier in the year despite weeks of scrutiny about her ethics. Among Republicans, opinions are largely unformed, with many voters indicating openness to a variety of candidates in a large and still-growing field."
"Would NOT consider voting for" (45%). Marco Rubio had the highest "Would consider voting for" (37%).
Scott Walker had the highest score (21%) in a recent Quinnipiac Poll of likely Iowa caucus participants. .