Just why? I don't get it.
Most Helpful Girl
Prolly for the simple fact that she doesn't have a d*ck between her legs. -_- She sucks. She'll get my vote the day hell freezes over.2
Most Helpful Guy
Well, I saw some research a few months ago that showed that americans generally recognize that their politicians are generally dishonest, but that doesn't equate to not voting for them in the American mind.
So long as the person believes that the dishonesty can sustain or broaden influence to achieve the desired goal then they will accept their political leader promoting falsehoods, or half truths, or avoidance to achieve the goal.
Secondly, americans do not vote idealistically, they vote for the candidate that is most likely to deliver a win and then for who most represents their ideals. So for instance if you are more idealistically aligned with Bernie Sanders, but you see that Hillary is more likely to win then you will vote for Hillary because you don't want the vote to be split and a less idealistically aligned candidate (ie Ben Carson) to win.
So a person that is democratically or more liberally aligned is likely to vote with Hillary because she is perceived as having more influence even if it is through deception and more likely to gain the liberally leading vote, but not because she is perceived to be the most idealistically aligned candidate.3