People really do not like former Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and that hasn’t changed in the six months since she lost her bid for the White House.
Clinton has been on something of a rehabilitation tour, giving speeches, accepting awards, going to Broadway plays with major Democratic donors and their families, and searching for Bigfood in the woods near her Chappaqua, New York, home.
She has yet to take full responsibility for her loss in November—something Democrats have been waiting for for months. Rather, she has concluded that all manner of ills collaborated in denying her access to the Oval Office.
Clearly, her strategy isn’t working with the American people. A Gallup poll,released Thursday, says that Clinton’s approval rating hasn’t ticked up a single percentage point since November. A measly 41% of Americans say they have a positive view of the New York Democrat, an identical number to a poll taken just days after the Presidential election.