Perhaps even more troubling, the NBC/WSJ survey found that the negative ratings for the two presumptive nominees are the highest in the history of the poll. Fifty-four percent of those surveyed hold a negative opinion of Clinton and 58 percent have a negative opinion of Trump.
At the same time, Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders continues to best both Clinton and Trump in favorability ratings (43 percent hold a positive view of the Vermont senator versus 36 percent who have a negative view) and maintains a double-digit lead over the Republican candidate.
NBC/WSJ recorded Sanders ahead of Trump by 15 points.
For the period between May 13-19, the presumptive Republican nominee polled ahead of Clinton by a national average of 0.2 points. […]
20% of Hillary’s campaign money from Saudi Arabia. They fund ISIS, as recently disclosed, and ISIS is being blamed for the Orlando shooting by Hillary herself. If you ever wanted proof that the corporate media sees Americans as an enemy and threat, you can’t do better than this. One honestly has to think, at this point, if some of Hillary’s supporters who know this full well see depravity as a virtue; this whole “she can be ruthless as any man” obscenity that puts her in a pissing contest with the most despicable tyrants and war criminals in the world, such as Henry Kissenger. […]
At a time when Sen. Ted Kennedy had just been diagnosed with brain cancer, and Hillary's attempt to win his endorsement failed, she brings up the memory of the Robert F. Kennedy assassination in June of 1968. She is implying, in a thinly veiled threat, that she should stay in the race because Obama might be assassinated as well. […]