Hillary Clinton may be the leading Democratic presidential candidate in the polls, but another new poll released Wednesday reveals likely voters' opinions on her character.
A Quinnipiac University poll asked the question, "Would you say that - Hillary Clinton is honest and trustworthy or not?"
Only 36% of respondents said yes, while 60% said no. Among age groups, those 18 to 34 were most favorable of Clinton with 48% finding her honest and trustworthy. But that number dropped to just 28% among 50 to 64 year olds.
Surprisingly, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump fared only a little better, with 36% of voters finding him honest and trustworthy and 58% finding him not.
Ben Carson won the day in that category, with an impressive 62% saying yes and 24% saying no.
Marco Rubio got 50% yes, 31% no, and Ted Cruz got 43% yes, 39% no.
Overall, Clinton ranked the lowest in trustworthiness of any major presidential candidate, Republican or Democratic.
But perhaps that's just the fault of the "vast right-wing conspiracy" Hillary exposed to the nation during the Lewinsky scandal.