As Hillary Clinton concludes her four-year tenure as secretary of state, a whopping 69 percent approve of her job, according to a new NBC/WSJ poll.
That includes 92 percent of Democrats, 64 percent of independents and even 41 percent of Republicans who approve of her job.
Just 25 percent disapprove of her job.
That 69 percent approval rating is higher than any other outgoing secretary of state measured in a survey since 1948 -- with one exception: Colin Powell, whose approval rating was at 77 percent per a late 2004 Fox News/Opinion Dynamics poll.
This NBC/WSJ poll comes after Clinton -- a potential 2016 presidential candidate -- was hospitalized for a blood clot. It also comes after her State Department was criticized for the attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi.
The full NBC/WSJ poll -- which was conducted Jan. 12-15 -- is released at 6:30 pm ET.