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Hillary Clinton’s popularity hits all-time low, survey shows

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Daniel Halper of the Washington Free Beacon responded.

Hillary Clinton’s approval ratings have hit an all-time low, which is the sustained control of the former Secretary of state and 2016 Democratic presidential candidate as to their election loss.

According to a new Gallup poll, Clinton measure the advantageousness of Dec. 4 to Dec. 11, Clinton’s rating by 5 points since June, only 36 per cent. Her unfavorable rating is 61 percent to a new high.

President Trump the numbers are in about the same place. The poll shows trump the benefits of 35 percent during the same time period.

Trump has suffered from low approval ratings for most of the year. However, it is not surprising to see when a candidate is in office, like a break-in reviews.

Clinton, in spite of its losses, dominated the headlines for months — going on a reading tour, and the interview circuit to promote her campaign memoir, “What Happened.”

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Former DNC chair Donna Brazile has revived criticism of the Clinton campaign, in their recently published book, the claims that the party rigged the primary against sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. The Clinton campaign has recently been linked with the controversial anti-Trump dossier was compiled during the campaign season.

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Meanwhile, more than a year later, the Republicans complain about the former FBI Director, James Comey are still investigating the handling of the Clinton-E-Mail investigation, even calling for a second special counsel to Obama – and Clinton-related controversy.

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Clinton does not get the benefit of high ratings during the 2016 campaign.

During the presidential elections, Clinton’s favorable ratings were only at around 40 percent, the worst for a presidential candidate, but still higher than those for the then-candidate trump.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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