Top Presidential Candidates Not Popular With Voters

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump, left, and Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton, right, are not popular with many voters.

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump, left, and Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton, right, are not popular with many voters.

Results from a recent NBC/Wall Street Journal poll show that the two frontrunners for president have poor popularity ratings with voters. Democratic pollster Peter Hart conducted the survey with Republican pollster Bill McInturff and McInturff’s firm, Public Opinion Strategies.

Results of the study revealed that 65 per cent of the respondents have a negative view of Republican candidate Donald Trump and 56 per cent have an unfavorable view of Democratic frontrunner Secretary Hillary Clinton.

Additionally, the survey reported that 68 per cent of the respondents said they could not see themselves voting for Donald Trump and 58 per cent could not see themselves voting for Secretary Clinton.

The results of the study also showed that 64 percent of the Republican respondents would be satisfied if Mr. Trump becomes the Republican presidential nominee while 73 per cent of Democratic voters said they would be satisfied if Secretary Clinton becomes the party’s presidential nominee.

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