The inference was that people didn’t like her as much as they liked him, even after he told her during a presidential debate: “You’re likable enough.”
That was then.
This is now.
Secretary of State Clinton is more popular (or can we just say likable) than President Obama, according to a Gallup poll released on Thursday.
Clinton is viewed favorably by 62 percent of Americans, just three points below her rating in January. Obama’s favorable rating has fallen 22 points from 78 percent in January to land at 56 percent.
Here’s a look back at that moment in New Hampshire in 2008, when Clinton’s likability was in question.