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Gallup: Most Voters Equate Clinton with 'Email,' 'FBI,' and 'Scandal'

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By    |   Friday, 04 Nov 2016 12:53 PM

Despite all efforts to highlight Hillary Clinton's positive policies and measures, what most voters associate the Democratic presidential nominee with is "emails," and in a negative way, according to a Gallup analysis.

"When Gallup recently asked Americans to say what they recall reading or hearing about her, one word — 'email' — drowned out everything else," the report said.

The second, third, and fourth-most frequently used words associated with Clinton are also connected to her email debacle — "FBI," "investigation" and "scandal."

Few Americans call Clinton a "liar" or a "crook," the analysis noted.

According to the Gallup daily tracking between Oct. 28 and 31, 42 percent voters favor Clinton after FBI announced it was reopening the emails case.

During the same period, Trump picked up a point to 35 percent, post the announcement.
Gallup also revealed that people have now chosen to pay more attention to Clinton rather than Donald Trump.

"When Trump is more in the news, it's bad for him and good for Clinton, and vice versa. Thus, the downturn in Americans' mentions of Trump may be positive for his campaign," Gallup added.

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Despite all efforts to highlight Hillary Clinton's positive policies and measures, what most voters associate the Democratic presidential nominee with is "emails," and in a negative way, according to a Gallup analysis.
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