This is interesting. Apparently, Trump’s supporters are a small but vocal minority.
- Trump’s net favorable stands at -27, well below others
- Ben Carson has seen largest gain in overall public familiarity
- Chris Christie’s image improves modestly
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The 2016 presidential candidates who are the most familiar to U.S. adults — Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush — also rank among the least-liked, in terms of their unfavorable rating exceeding their favorable rating. Trump vies with Clinton as the race’s best-known candidate, but he is by far the least-liked of the field, with 59% viewing him unfavorably and 32% favorably, yielding a net favorable score of -27.