As Clinton Pours Millions Into TV Ads, Her Numbers Just Get Worse
Hillary Clinton’s campaign announced yet another ad buy in the early states of Iowa and New Hampshire this week. That brings her campaign’s grand total up to $13.8 million spent or reserved on ads in the two states ($7.7 million in New Hampshire, $6.2 million in Iowa).
Meanwhile, a new national poll from Gallup shows Clinton’s favorability ratings at a 23-year low: 41% have a favorable view of Clinton, while 51% hold an unfavorable view:
Couple that with yet another poll (PPP) in New Hampshire that shows Clinton trailing Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, and a new Iowa Poll showing Sanders within 7 points of Clinton in Iowa, and one thing is clear: Clinton’s strategy is not working.