Although Hillary Clinton's recent comments about her wealth don't quite put her in the same presidential candidate club as Mitt Romney, there is one area where the two seem to have something in common: a knack for fundraising out of Wall Street.
According to a Wall Street Journal look at Bill and Hillary Clinton's political and foundation fundraising over the last two decades, about 12 percent of the total amount raised by the Clintons over those years has come from the financial sector. To put that in perspective, Obama's 2012 campaign raised 6 percent of its total from the industry, while Mitt Romney took in 13 percent of his total from Wall Street, according to the Journal.
The Journal's report — which estimates that the Clintons have raised over $1 billion in total corporate and industry donations — looked at a variety of fundraising outlets for the pair: Bill's two presidential campaigns, the DNC during the Clinton presidency, Hillary Clinton's senate campaigns, and the the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation. Although the numbers are approximate (the Foundation, for instance, gives donation ranges instead of exact figures) the report estimates that the pair have raised between $2 and $3 billion total.