I'm not sure she (should) be president.
However I do believe when it's all said and done most people vote according to party platform and agenda regardless of the nominee.
If for example someone does not personally like Hilary but they're in favor of Pro-choice, raising the minimum wage, immigration reform with a path to citizenship, changing the structure of student loans, in favor of Obamacare or a similar health insurance initiative, against cutting social security, Medicare, and pro marriage equality....etc
Odds are that person is not going to vote for the Republican candidate simply because they dislike Hilary Clinton.
This would also apply to anyone who supports Republican ideals. They're most likely going to vote for (their party nominee) whether he/she would be their personal choice or not. It's about party agenda.