The more Americans see Hillary Clinton this time around, the less they like her

The more Americans see Hillary Clinton this time around, the less they like her

When Hillary Clinton launched her campaign for president, she said she wanted to focus on talking with regular Americans.

Now that she’s been at it a full month — all smiley and hi, how ya doin’? — there’s a growing problem:

The more Americans see her this time, the less they like her.

The ex-senator’s unfavorable rating is growing by the day, a new Gallup Poll reports.

In fact, nearly half of Americans (46%) think unfavorably of the Democrat now. That’s up seven points, or 18%, just since March, Gallup finds.

And after watching her on the carefully-controlled campaign trail, that sector of people who think of Clinton favorably hasn’t changed. Same old 50%.

That should be particularly disturbing to Clinton campaign HQ in Brooklyn because most candidates experience a positive poll bounce after announcing, sometimes a substantial one. Marco Rubio did. Rand Paul. Ted Cruz.

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