In a new Quinnipiac national poll of the Republican and Democratic presidential races, the candidates whom voters view as least honest and trustworthy are leading the pack. In fact, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump score almost equally on the issue.
When asked "Would you say that Hillary Clinton is honest and trustworthy or not?" 60 percent of voters nationally said she is not, versus 36 percent who said she is.
When asked "Would you say that Donald Trump is honest and trustworthy or not?" 59 percent of voters nationally said he is not, versus 35 percent who said he is.
If the two were to meet in a general election, voters would face a choice of candidates widely viewed as not honest and trustworthy.