According to ABC News, Hillary Clinton has reached a new high in unpopularity. In their latest poll, 56 percent of Americans view Clinton unfavorably, up 6 percentage points in three weeks. Also notable is that Clinton is underwater with women, and her general unpopularity with other key demographics suggests she's still beatable:

Notably, Clinton's popularity among women has flipped from 54-43 percent favorable-unfavorable last month to 45-52 percent now; it's the first time in a year that most women have viewed her unfavorably. Clinton's favorable-unfavorable rating has also flipped among those with postgraduate degrees, from 60-39 percent in early August to 47-51 percent now. She's now back to about where she was among postgrads in July. She has gone from about an even split among moderates, 50-48 percent favorable-unfavorable, to a more lopsided 41-56 percent now. Among liberals, she's dropped from 76 favorable to 63 percent favorable. And among nonwhites she's fallen from 73 to 62 percent favorable, largely due to a 16-point drop, to 55 percent, among Hispanics.

Fortunately for Clinton, it turns out that Donald Trump's unfavorable number is slightly higher in the same poll, coming in at 63 percent.

Read more at ABC News here.