Whoa. Trump should be partying in Cancun instead of meeting with the Mexican president because we know two things from last year: He can recover, she cannot.
This report comes from a poll by two media outfits that are heavily vested in Hillary's election. Left out of the story is her previous lows. From an earlier ABC story on its previous polls: Her "personal favorability was as low as 44 percent in April 2008, during her presidential run; she also dropped that low in June 2003, when she was discussed as a possible candidate in the 2004 presidential race, and in June 1996, during the Whitewater controversy. "
Her favorables in this poll are at 41 percent -- her all-time low.
She's fallen and she cannot get back up.
Among registered voters, her favorables fell from 46 percent a few weeks ago to 38 percent now. Trump rose from 36 percent to 37 percent.
Among white voters (75 percent of the vote), he is at 44 percent while she is at 30 percent. Among non-whites, he is at 17 percent, she is at 62 percent.
He can recover. He did so last summer among Republicans. As quoted in my book, Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post said on the day Trump announced his candidacy:
“Among Republicans—you know, the people who decide the identity of their party’s presidential nominee—Trump has a net negative 42 rating. As in 23 percent of Republicans had a favorable view of Trump while 65 percent(!) had an unfavorable one. Want even more? Compare the number of Republicans who feel strongly favorable to Trump (11 percent) to those who feel strongly unfavorable (43 percent). No one in the field is anywhere close to those numbers; New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is the only candidate other than Trump to have higher unfavorable than favorable ratings among his own party.”And yet here we are.
Trump reversed those numbers among Republicans because he is an affable fellow. He likes people.
Hillary despises others and treats anyone in uniform like dirt. Frau Blucher in "Young Frankenstein" was more friendly, and she was so hated that a horse would whinny at the sound of her name.]
The statistic that proves it: "August Totals: Trump Spoke to 200,000 Supporters – Hillary Spoke to [SNIP] 10,000 people."
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