Indeed, Gallup crunched the numbers and found that one-quarter of Americans don't like either of their options in the 2016 election. That's a damning number if there ever was one. Both Trump and Clinton look like damaged goods heading into their party conventions.

Even worse: the results laid out in the charts below, which show the percentage of Americans who ascribe various descriptors to each candidate, according to a Pew study.

Here's Clinton:

And here's Trump, who is even worse off:

Fewer than 1 in 5 Americans describe Trump and Clinton as "someone you admire," as someone who "can unite the country" and as "honest." Both score better on their negative traits than the positive ones.

The next president will be inaugurated in about six months — but the country seems to have soured on the two most likely prospects already.