Hillary Clinton has a huge problem. Not only is she a corrupt liar who has a history of going after and attacking any woman, especially a victim or accuser of her philandering husband, Bill, who gets in her way, she is also just, plain unlikable.
I admit, when I hear Hillary’s voice, it is worse than listening to fingers scratching on a chalkboard. The robotic shrill nature of it is simply not warm or inviting. It also doesn’t portray that “America needs a grandmother” ridiculous and insulting narrative that Hillary tries to push as an advantage point for her. Her cackling laugh doesn’t make her seem like a fun-loving person that you’d want to hang out with. Instead, it instills visions of a wicked witch on Halloween.
Clinton, the presumptive Democrat nominee, has a lot working against her. The FBI investigation into Emailgate, endangering national security with her use of a private email server which was housed in someone’s bathroom, not answering the call for extra security at Benghazi then lying about what happened there to this day, the Clinton Crime Family Foundation, crafting the ‘nuts and sluts’ campaign against those who were victims or alleged victims of her serial sex crazed husband in her ‘war on women’ — the list could go on.
Hillary’s political woes, and the impact on her poll numbers, are documented by The Hill.
Hillary Clinton‘s campaign is dealing with a frustrating reality: A nearly year-long effort to soften her image and make her more likable isn’t working.
Clinton’s favorable ratings are under water as she struggles to close out a long primary fight with Bernie Sanders and turn to a general election contest against Donald Trump.
Forty-four 44 percent of Americans said they held a positive opinion of her in a recent ABC News-Washington Post poll, compared to 53 percent who view her unfavorably.
A New York Times-CBS News poll out late last month found that nearly two-thirds of registered voters find her untrustworthy and dishonest.
Hillary Clinton has been plagued with being perceived as untrustworthy and dishonest since she entered the race. In August 2015, a Quinnipiac poll revealed that the three most common words people immediately thought of when hearing Hillary’s name were “liar,” “dishonest,” and “untrustworthy.”
With the California primary just around the corner, to be held on June 7, Hillary is in real danger of losing to wild-eyed socialist Bernie Sanders who, despite his radical socialist, some have said Marxist, beliefs, is perceived by many as being “grandfatherly.”
Will Hillary’s high level of unlikability sink her in The Golden State and, if she makes it through, in the general? The most recent poll shows that she trails socialist Sanders in the Democrat primary by 1-percent. Some polls related to the general election now show Donald Trump on her heels and gaining.
The Clinton campaign is going to have to find a way to thaw out her ice-like demeanor but given that they have been trying to re-invent her and soften her image for nearly a year, the chances of success in that endeavor is slim.