Back in September of 2016, with less than 2 months before the election, Hillary Clinton’s favorability rating was at an all-time low of 38 percent. While most presidential candidates enjoy a small boost in favorability after an election, Clinton is as unpopular as ever.
According to a recent Gallup poll, Americans are not likely to have a more favorable view of Clinton today than before the November election.
In fact, the latest poll, conducted June 7-11, found that a 57 percent of Americans continue to view Clinton unfavorably.
James Comey might not have recommended charges against the former Secretary of State, but he didn’t need to. Patriotic Americans understood completely that Clinton not only handled sensitive information recklessly, but had also put the lives of Americans in danger with her carelessness on several occasions.
According to the numbers in this latest poll: the American public simply does not like Clinton.
We can only hope she runs again in 2020.
Conservative Tribune reports:
Former presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is on a streak — a losing streak, that is.
According to a recent Gallup poll, Americans are no more likely to view Clinton favorably than they were before the November election.
The latest poll, conducted June 7-11, found that a 57 percent of Americans continue to view Clinton unfavorably.