The Washington Examiner’s Byron York has dug deep into the latest poll by Quinnipiac University and uncovered two questions asking voters if they would feel proud to have Donald Trump as president or embarrassed to have Donald Trump as president, and voters’ similar feelings about Hillary Clinton.
By Quinnipiac measure, plurality of all voters would be embarrassed to have Hillary as president: Proud 33 Embarased 35 Neither 29.
— Byron York (@ByronYork) December 22, 2015
@ByronYork OMG. What must her REAL negatives be?
— Former FSO (@waamutoo) December 22, 2015
@ByronYork how can this possibly senile elderly grifter be taken seriously by anybody except the cronies who will profit under her
— Dividend Master (@DividendMaster) December 22, 2015
@ByronYork So what's embarassing about The Ultimate Sexual Harrassment Power Couple back in the WH?
— streetwise_IT (@streetwise_IT) December 22, 2015
@ByronYork But they will still vote for her, go figure!!!!
— Sharon Kay (@SharonEmily) December 22, 2015
@ByronYork Too bad Republicans aren't offering a serious alternative.
— Scott Stahl (@stahlscott) December 22, 2015
Donald Trump doesn’t fare very well either, with a full 50 percent responding they’d be embarrassed to have Trump as president, only 23 percent saying they’d be proud, and 24 percent answering “neither.”
— Karen Murphy (@MDHillRaiser) December 22, 2015
— Colleen Hamilton (@Colleen_ham1) December 22, 2015
And yet these are the two leading candidates?
What kind of mission is a left-wing Pollster like Quinnipiac on that they even ask if people would be "embarrassed" to have Trump as POTUS?
— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) December 22, 2015
— #SuperPredator (@kr3ch3k) December 22, 2015
— Zip Allen (@zip_allen) December 22, 2015