It appears that messaging from Democrats and their allies in the media about their candidates haven’t worked well thus far – at least in regard to one Democrat presidential candidate.
A recent Gallup survey asked respondents to play the classic word association game with the two Democratic candidates for president, and the top answers probably aren’t sitting well with either of them.
Here’s the report from the Conservative Tribune:
“The word most commonly associated with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is “dishonest,” followed by “dislike her.”
“A full 21 percent of respondents labeled Hillary as ‘dishonest,’ and 9 percent said they ‘dislike her.’ Another 7 percent believed Hillary is a ‘criminal/crooked/thief/belongs in jail.’
“Meanwhile, 8 percent said they ‘like her’ and 7 percent found her to be ‘Capable/Qualified to be president.'”
An additional 5 percent considered her ‘Experienced’ and 3 percent labeled her as ‘Strong.’
This Gallup survey is bad news for Democrats and especially for Hillary Clinton. These results don’t reflect a lot of confidence in the competence or honesty of the former Secretary of State. Unfortunately, there are plenty of low-information voters who somehow don’t know about Mrs. Clinton’s past lies and misdeeds – or just don’t care because she has a “D” behind her name.
Will Hillary’s past finally catch up with her and prevent her from getting elected to the White House?
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