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.