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Hillary Clinton’s declining personal image, ongoing battle to break free of the challenge from Sen. Bernie Sanders and struggle to adapt to an anti-establishment mood among voters this year have become caution signs for her campaign and the focus of new efforts to fortify her position as she prepares for a bruising general election.
More than a dozen Clinton allies identified weaknesses in her candidacy that may erode her prospects of defeating Donald Trump, including poor showings with young women, untrustworthiness, unlikability and a lackluster style on the stump. Supporters also worry that she is a conventional candidate in an unconventional election in which voters clearly favor renegades.
Even supporters agree: Clinton has weaknesses as a candidate. What can she do?
Sit down liberals, this is going to come as a shock to you.
A new poll showed presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump with a sizeable lead over Hillary Clinton among Hispanic voters, the Daily Caller reported.
The One America News / Gravis Marketing poll tapped 1,500 registered voters, ten percent of whom were Hispanic. It has a plus or minus 2.5 percent margin of error.
The poll did find some slightly good news for Democrats as it showed Clinton leading Trump 51 to 49 percent when the two candidates were the only options.
Hispanics hate Trump? National poll looks into it–and gets a BIGTIME reality check