Hillary Clinton’s support has fallen from 58% to 50% as Dem voters in Iowa and New Hampshire prepare to cast ballots in just over 5 weeks.
Clinton’s favorability numbers continue to be a problem: the former Secretary of State is viewed negatively by a majority of the electorate, 51% of voters… Only 36% view Sanders negatively, with 46% having a positive view of the Vermont Senator.
According to The Hill:
The CNN/ORC poll found that the former secretary of State has 50 percent support nationally among Democratic voters and Independents who are Democratic-leaning, with Sanders at 34 percent.
Clinton’s lead has declined slightly since the November version of the poll, where she had 58 percent to Sanders’s 30 percent.
But the poll also finds that Clinton has a negative favorability, 47 percent to 51 percent, while Sanders garnered a positive favorability of 46 percent to 36 percent.”