Quinnipiac has some not-so-welcome news for Hillary Clinton:
Secretary Clinton has lost ground in almost every matchup in Colorado and Iowa since a February 18 Swing State Poll by the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University. The Swing State Poll focuses on key states in the presidential election.
One bright spot for Clinton is Virginia, the largest of the three states, where she leads all Republicans, including 47 – 40 percent over Bush, compared to a 42 – 42 percent tie in February.
Voters in each state say Clinton is not honest and trustworthy. Her overall favorability has dropped significantly in Colorado and Iowa, while Virginia is unchanged. Favorability ratings for the Republicans are lackluster, at best.
Voters are remembering (or the younger ones are learning) that Clinton is just not a very good human being. And they’re about to be reminded (or learn) that she’s just not a very good campaigner.
But other than that, she’s a shoe-in.