Trump & Clinton: the most unpopular candidates ever
The 2016 US Presidential election has been notable for having the two most unpopular candidates in history. According to Gallup, 61 percent of US adults find Donald Trump unfavourable compared to 52 percent who rated Hillary Clinton unfavourable. Dwight D. Eisenhower is still the most highely appreciated candidate since 1956. Read more on the indy100.
This chart shows the percentage of US adults who rated the following presidential candidates unfavourable.
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