Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s honest and trustworthy numbers have fallen so low that more people believe in Bigfoot than in an honest Clinton, according to a Wednesday statement by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.
“11 percent of American people say Clinton’s honest and trustworthy, the same poll found that 14 percent of Americans believe in Bigfoot,” Huckabee said on The O’Reilly Factor Wednesday evening.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 3, 2016
Republican nominee Donald Trump has been rated as more trustworthy in several polls since Sept. 22’s Wall Street Journal Poll. Thirty-one percent of voters felt Clinton was honest and trustworthy in the WSJ poll, compared to 41 percent who said the same of Trump.
Wednesday’s ABC News/Washington Post poll revealed that 38 percent of likely voters felt Clinton was honest and trustworthy, while Trump got 46 percent.
Huckabee’s 11 percent number likely comes from an August 18 poll published by NBC News. Only 16 percent of voters said the same of Trump in the poll.
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