“…. but she is so unpopular…”
“When Hillary Clinton was a US senator, she was praised for her intelligence, broad knowledge of the issues, abilities and willingness to work across party lines. She was well liked — but was only one of 100 in the chamber. Americans liked her as secretary of state, too — but she was reporting to a man.”
So much for that trope, eh?
Two seemingly contradictory recent Gallup Polls show Clinton as both most admired woman — and also more unpopular than ever, summing up what it means to be a woman in the US who dares to go where only men have gone before, writes Issac Bailey.