One would think that with the advent of Bill Clinton’s presidency and her consequent career as a presidential candidate and Secretary of State, as well as her legions of adoring fans, Hillary Clinton’s ubiquitous presence would engender a plethora of people naming their daughters after her.
You would be wrong. Check this out:
To make matters more embarrassing for Hillary, according to the site which offered the graph, the name Hillary ranked 1364th of all names, and only 1 of every 10,273 babies received the name in 2016, as opposed to the straight-line graph of recent years for Hillary.
In December, Hillary’s poll numbers reached their lowest number ever, as only 36% of the public approved of her and 61% disapproved. As Gallup noted:
At times when she assumed a more overtly political role — during attempts to reform healthcare in 1994, in her years as a U.S. senator, and during her 2007-2008 and 2015-2016 campaigns for president, her ratings suffered. Her favorable ratings were near 50% when she announced her second bid for the presidency in the spring of 2015, but fell in the summer of 2015 amid controversy over her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.