Despite having an administration mired in controversy, President Donald Trump has maintained a slim margin of popularity over Hillary Clinton just six months into his inaugural term. Since starting his presidency, Trump has attacked the former Democratic presidential candidate as she's remained mostly out of the public spotlight.

A Bloomberg News  poll released Tuesday found that Clinton is viewed favorably by 39 percent of voters, compared to Trump, who is viewed favorably by 41 percent of voters. Conversely, 58 percent view Clinton unfavorably compared to the 55 percent or Americans who have an unfavorable view of Trump. 

The poll's findings came two days after the release of an ABC/Washington Post poll Sunday that showed Trump's support declining to 36 percent approval.

In the November election, Clinton lost the electoral college to Trump, only gaining 227 electoral votes to Trump's 304. However, she won the popular vote, despite continued unsubstantiated protests from the president.

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Trump has consistently referred to scandals surrounding Clinton and attacks against her even as his own scandals pile up against him and his administration. Her name resurfaced in the political fray last week  as more questions swarmed about his son Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer during the election to obtain potentially damning information against Clinton.  

"Hillary Clinton can illegally get the questions to the Debate & delete 33,000 emails but my son Don is being scorned by the Fake News Media?" Trump tweeted Sunday. 

In a press briefing pushed in the wake of the Donald Trump Jr. revelations last week, Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders sought to cast blame on Clinton's relationship with Russia.  

"If you want to talk about having relationships with Russia, I'd look no further than the Clintons,” Sanders said at a briefing last week. “Bill Clinton was paid half a million dollars to give a speech to a Russian bank, personally thanked by President Putin."

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Clinton has made few public appearances since losing the election. She gave a speech on June 27 where she championed libraries and made self-effacing references to how she coped with losing the election.

"Long walks in the woods and the occasional glass of Chardonnay," she joked, making light of the first picture of her after her concession speech.   

Clinton's approval rating is not reflective of all of Democrats, as other members of her party have fared better, according to the influential pollster J. Ann Selzer of Iowa-based Selzer & Co. who oversaw the Bloomberg poll. 

"There’s growing discontent with Hillary Clinton even as she has largely stayed out of the spotlight," said pollster J. Ann Selzer, who oversaw the survey. "It’s not a pox on the Democratic house because numbers for other Democrats are good."

By contrast, former President Barack Obama and former Vice President Joe Biden both fared better than Clinton. Obama got 61 percent favorability and Biden got 60 percent favorability.