Donald Trump really doesn't do well with women voters. Here's how he compares to other 2016 presidential candidates.
Across five polls, we subtracted a candidate's average favorability among women from the average unfavorability rating to get the net favorability score for each candidate. We omitted responses that didn't fall in those two categories.
John Kasich has the largest spread at plus 13.6. Then Bernie Sanders at plus 11.6, Hillary Clinton at negative 4.8, Ted Cruz at negative 22.6 and finally Trump at negative 42.8.
As a comparison, leading into the general in October 2012, Mitt Romney had a negative 17 spread among women voters.
This video includes images from Getty Images and music "nesting" by Birocratic (birocratic.bandcamp.com). Net favorability poll averages are from Fox News, Quinnipiac, CNN/ORC, Monmouth and Morning Consult.