SINKING FAST: Poll Finds Hillary’s Popularity Has Plunged Since The 2016 Election

Hillary Clinton has not left the national stage since her defeat in the 2016 election and it’s not doing her any favors. Her popularity keeps going down. Maybe she should do less media appearances.

FOX News reports:

Hillary Clinton’s popularity has plunged since election, poll finds

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Hillary Clinton, well over a year after she lost the 2016 election to President Trump, is less popular than ever, according to a poll released this week.

Only 27 percent of those polled had a very or somewhat positive view of the former secretary of state, according to The Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll. That makes her less popular than President Trump, whose popularity registered at 35 percent. It is a new low for her in the poll, which clocked her popularity at 30 percent in August 2017.

A Journal analysis of the poll notes that the poll is a reminder of “just how unusual” Clinton is in terms of her unpopularity — even among recent losing presidential nominees who have typically experienced a post-election decline, but not to the extent Clinton has. At the time of the election, 40 percent had a positive view of her…

Clinton has stayed on the political stage. She has set up the political action organization Onward Together and released a lengthy campaign post-mortem titled, “What Happened.” She went on a speaking tour coinciding with the book’s release and has made numerous additional appearances discussing her 2016 loss.

Yet the scandals that dogged her throughout the campaign have not gone away.

Here’s the good news… She’s still not the president.

 

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