Friday, July 29, 2016

For First Time, Trump's Image on Par With Clinton's

For First Time, Trump's Image on Par With Clinton's

"The average American's views of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have converged for the first time in Gallup's year-long tracking of the images of the two candidates, with Americans giving each exactly the same favorable and unfavorable ratings. The numbers for both candidates, based on interviewing conducted July 18-25, are 37% favorable and 58% unfavorable. In all previous Gallup updates stretching back to last July, Clinton's net favorable has been higher than Trump's."

It's a sad day for Americans when we have to choose between two candidates with -21 net favorability scores.

1 comment:

  1. This poll was conducted right after the Republican Convention and right before the start of the Democratic convention.

    I'd be interested in seeing their prior polling on this. My guess is that the Republican convention drove up Hillary Clinton's unfavorables but caused Deranged Donald's poll numbers to barely move.