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Hillary Clinton's approval rating plummeted in a new NBC/The Wall Street Journal poll to its lowest level since 2008. The poll released Monday night showed that 37 percent of registered voters generally approve of Clinton and 48 percent disapprove. Just last month, Clinton's disapproval rating was 8 percentage points lower, with 40 percent disapproval and 44 percent approval. Back in January, Clinton's approval and disapproval numbers were essentially flipped from where they now stand, with her approval as high as 45 percent and her disapproval only at 37 percent.
In comparison to the leader of the Republican field's ratings, Clinton's numbers aren't looking too shabby, though. Donald Trump, at the head of the GOP field by a long shot, garnered an approval rating of 27 percent and a disapproval rating of 56 percent. The survey's margin of error across the 1,000 interviews conducted is plus or minus 3.10 percent.
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