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Most People Associate The Word “Liar” With “Hillary Clinton”

Quinnipiac is probably in the bag for Bernie Sanders (and who wouldn’t be after that dramatic spoken word performance we posted in the Spectacle yesterday?), so take the results with a grain of salt, but according to a poll they released this morning, the top word people associate with Hillary Clinton is, “Liar.”

This is basically Hillary Clinton’s worst week ever, you guys. Somebody send the poor lady some shoes. Or a box of wine.


Those are a lot of negative adjectives. For every “experience,” there’s about a hundred “dishonest”s. And while a few people managed to call her “brilliant,” a couple people are still convinced she’s been hiding bodies, not just email servers. 

Jeb Bush fared much better in the word association. Most people think he’s nice, if boring. And the word that comes to mind most often is, “Bush,” which I suppose could be interpreted a number of ways. Of all the people questioned, only six called him a “RINO.” Donald Trump earned words like “arrogant,” “blowhard,” “clown” and “egomaniac” and nobody else was really tested. The biggest surprise, if you scan down into the crosstabs, is how well Joe Biden does against prospective Republicans. He fares better than Clinton or Sanders, though to be fair, the polling data suggests that the sample thinks Clinton is more liberal than Bernie Sanders, which is actually pretty confusing.

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