A new survey of women and men in America finds the Democratic presidential candidate is the most hated female politician in the country, even though she’s seen as a “fighter” in the 2016 race.
The survey, released Wednesday, found Clinton has the lowest approval rating among women, with just 32 percent of respondents giving her their approval rating in a new Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday.
Only 28 percent of those surveyed approve of her job performance.
Clinton’s support among women is even lower than the number of women polled overall, at 35 percent.
Clinton received the lowest number of approval ratings among men, with 46 percent of men surveyed approving of the job she’s doing as president.
But she also has a higher percentage of women than men who are undecided, at 45 percent, compared to 28 percent among men who support her.
That could mean she has a larger following among women than the men polled overall.
Clinton has struggled to win over a large chunk of her base of voters who are likely to support her bid for the White House, especially younger voters.
Among men, her support is especially low, with 28 percent supporting her while 33 percent are undecided.
And among women she has consistently been at the top of the list for most unpopular candidates, with 57 percent disapproving of her performance.
The poll also found the support for Clinton among Democrats was also lower among people who are Democrats than among Republicans.
In fact, a majority of Democrats polled said they disapproved of her, while Republicans said they approved of her.
She is also unpopular with independents, with 43 percent disapproved and 29 percent approving.
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