According to the most recent WashingtonPost/ABC poll, Hillary Clinton’s unfavorable rating has reached an all time high, now at 55%. But she’s in good shape compared to Donald Trump. His unfavorable ratings is now at 70%. From the Washington Post,
Trump’s unfavorable rating, in fact, far surpasses Hillary Clinton’s even as the presumptive Democratic nominee receives her worst ratings in more than two decades in public life.
The poll finds 70 percent of Americans have an unfavorable view of Trump, including a 56 percent majority who feel this way “strongly.” Negative ratings of Trump are up 10 percentage points from last month to their highest point since he announced his candidacy last summer, nearly reaching the level seen before his campaign began (71 percent). The survey was conducted Wednesday through Sunday among a random national sample of U.S. adults, coming after last week’s primary contests, but with the large majority of interviews completed before Sunday’s massacre at an Orlando club.
Clinton is also seen negatively, with 43 percent reporting favorable impressions and 55 percent unfavorable. Attitudes have not significantly changed since last month, but negative views of the former secretary of state have technically ticked up to their highest level in all Post-ABC polls since 1992, when Clinton had yet to become first lady.
Hillary’s favorable rating have barely changed over the last year. Still only 43% of voters like her. A year ago 33% of voters viewed Trump favorably, now only 29% like him.