Thursday, March 31, 2016

Trump would be least-popular major-party nominee in modern times

If Donald Trump secures the Republican presidential nomination, he would start the general election campaign as the least-popular candidate to represent either party in modern times.

Three-quarters of women view him unfavorably. So do nearly two-thirds of independents, 80 percent of young adults, 85 percent of Hispanics and nearly half of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents.

Those findings, tallied from Washington Post-ABC News polling, fuel Trump’s overall 67 percent unfavorable rating — making Trump more disliked than any major-party nominee in the 32 years the survey has been tracking candidates.

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lannes said...

Yet, he keeps winning elections albeit primaries.

Chris said...

Hillary wouldn't be much better. Her unfavorables are pretty high, too.