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Hillary Clinton's Favorable Rating Falls to New Low

Hillary Clinton's Favorable Rating Falls to New Low
Hillary Clinton speaks to the GirlsBuildLA Leadership Summit in Los Angeles, Dec. 15, 2017. (Reed Saxon/AP)

By    |   Tuesday, 19 December 2017 03:52 PM

Hillary Clinton's favorable rating has hit a new low, falling to 36 percent — a far cry from her high of 67 percent in 1999 and 66 percent in 2011.

Results from the latest Gallup poll:

  • Clinton's favorable rating is at 36 percent, compared to her unfavorable rating of 61 percent — the latter being an all-time high.
  • Democrats gave Clinton a 78 percent favorable rating, while 27 percent of independents and 5 percent of Republicans did so as well.
  • Former President Bill Clinton's favorable rating fell to 45 percent, down from his high of 69 percent in 2012.
  • Bill Clinton received a 76 percent favorable rating from Democrats, while that figure was at 41 percent for independents and 16 percent for Republicans.

Hillary Clinton has been on the road this fall to promote the book she wrote after losing to Donald Trump in last year's presidential election.

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Hillary Clinton's favorable rating has hit a new low, falling to 36 percent - a far cry from her high of 67 percent in 1999 and 66 percent in 2011.
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