Political junkies seem to dissect every poll that's released, but, funny thing, I haven't seen a certain set of results in this new Economist/YouGov poll dissected, even though the poll has been out there since early this morning. In the poll, respondents are asked about presidential candidates and foreign policy:
On the second question, yes, when thinking of Hillary, more people express unease than confidence -- but that's true of all the listed candidates, including Very Serious Jeb and Generalissimo Trump, and with much greater ratios of unease to confidence. The fact is, on both of these questions, Hillary Clinton laps the field. And the same was true in the previous Economist/YouGov poll, which was conducted just after the Paris attacks.
Now, why do you suppose these results haven't been widely discussed? Not consistent with the Hillary's-struggling narrative, perhaps?