Wherever they are, they aren’t with Hillary Clinton:
In the first three months of the year, suburban women by a margin of 18 points had a positive view of Mrs. Clinton. In July, those numbers took a dramatic turn for the worse. By a five-point margin, suburban women had a negative view of Mrs. Clinton.
Among white women with at least a college degree, 51% had a positive view of Mrs. Clinton and 38% a negative as of June. In July, those numbers had turned to 43% positive and 47% negative.
“There is no way you can say she’s in the same position this month compared to last month,” said Bill McInturff, a Republican pollster who directs the WSJ/NBC News survey along with Democrat Fred Yang. “She’s been dented and she’s in a weaker position.”
If she can’t win back those voters, Clinton can’t get elected President.
It isn’t quite Panic Time for the Clintons and the Democrats, because one poll is after all just one poll. But one or two more like this, and the sharks will circle.