As Hillary Clinton begins planning her role in the 2018 elections, a majority of Americans have decided for her: Keep the hell out.
That’s the takeaway from a new Gallup poll, which finds that Americans’ approval of the two-time Democratic loser and corruptocrat has now reached historically low levels.
The poll, which was conducted earlier this month, has Clinton dipping to a 36% favorable rating.
“Clinton’s image has declined since June and is now the worst Gallup has measured for her to date,” the polling firm reports. “Her favorable rating has fallen five percentage points since June to a new low of 36%, while her unfavorable rating has hit a new high of 61%.”
Clinton’s previous low number was 38% in early September during the 2016 election. She posted a similar number in April of 1992, a lesser known political figure at the time.
Actually, it’s hard to figure out how Hillary’s numbers ever climbed above 38% in the first place.
A Vanity Fair article from 1993 profiled her saying “Washingtonians have come to regard the White House as a version of Clue, in which the latest rumor is always a variation of Colonel Hillary in the Library with a Knife.”
“The First Lady has thrown (a) a vase, (b) a lamp, or (c) a Bible; at (a) her husband, (b) a Secret Service agent, or (c) a steward; (a) in the private quarters, (b) at Blair House, or (c) in a limo,” the article states. “When the president comes downstairs one morning with scratches on his face, reporters at the next two press briefings are obsessed with wild, salacious speculation.”
Cross posted at the Mental Recession