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A series of events in October had the press declaring Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton a "winner," but her hot streak hasn't done anything to improve her negatives with the electorate.

Voters continue to have a net negative impression of the former secretary of State, according to an NBC/Wall Street Journal survey released this week. Forty-seven percent of surveyed voters said they view Clinton negatively, while only 40 percent said they had a positive view of the Democratic presidential candidate.

In a bright spot for Clinton, the poll found that she has increased in her standing among registered Democrats. But most voters still seem to be wary of Clinton.

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