Even in a state Hillary Clinton appears to have won by 35 points, a majority of Kentucky voters say the New York senator attacked Barack Obama unfairly.Going into this race, when Hillary was ahead by 20 points in the polls, she still had the highest negative ratings of any candidate by far. And as her campaign of "inevitability" became less and less a reality, she became more negative and desperate by the day. Clearly, the American voter has been paying attention.
According to the exit polls, 54 percent of voters said Clinton launched unfair attacks on Obama, though that didn't seem to deter voters there from supporting Clinton — 55 percent of those who said Clinton attacked unfairly still voted for the New York senator.
Clinton faced a similar statistic in West Virginia last week. There she won by 41 points, but nearly 60 percent of voters said she made unfair attacks against the Illinois senator.