The BBC’s Helena Merriman hosts a podcast discussing why Hillary Clinton’s favorable numbers are so low despite being a “centrist politician.”
From the BBC:
Hillary Clinton is the odds-on favourite to be the next president of the USA. But polls show more and more Americans view her unfavourably. In fact, the public’s hostility towards her is record-breaking. Only Donald Trump elicits greater antipathy. That’s perhaps less surprising. He is a political outsider, and a divisive figure. But why does Hillary Clinton – a mainstream, centrist politician – provoke such strong, negative feelings?
Listen to the audio discussion here.