I doubt it would be any worse. Maybe slightly better.
Her closest counsel is her a husband (a former president). Odds are he'd be there for when she needs to make tough calls.
Ultimately what decides whether the country is worse or better has to do with how the people (feel) about the state of the nation.
Economically our world has shrunk to the point where if China has a lower GDP or faces economic woes (our stock market) drops!
This is regardless of our own job reports, no inflation, low gas prices...etc We're truly in a "global economy" these days.
The other fly in the ointment is terrorism and natural disasters.
You know they're coming but not when they're coming.
If people don't feel safe they ignore everything else. My opinion is none of the candidates have a solution for dealing with ISIS permanently.
The reality is "our ally" Saudi Arabia practices inhumane justice practices. The legal system of Saudi Arabia is based on the Sharia law, derived from the Qur'an and the Sunnah.
"With friends like these..."
Various segments in the middle east have been at war with one another for hundreds or thousands of years!
The U.S. is not going to solve anything in the middle east.
In the end no matter who wins I can't imagine surrendering my citizenship and living in another country. :)