That aside, it remains a question of the validity of those scandals and how she'll continue to handle republican slander going into the general elections. A few months back republicans held the latest hearing on the emails, et.al fiasco, and the result? a public display of filthy republican partisan politics and a martyr Clinton standing large in the face of vicious hounds. Her favorability ratings immediately rose, spurring republicans to panic and decide against any more public hearings. That's not to dismiss the possibility that a criminal investigation might yield something genuine, or that some other actual scandal may unravel in the middle of the general elections, but this is to point to the possibility that it could go the other way as it did in the past.
If I were a democrat, or a sane American realizing the derangement on the republican side and the perils it poses to the state, I'd bet my bottom dollar on Hillary no matter how I look at it.