Apple would probably get elected if it ran for President

If Apple were to run against Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, it would have a good shot at beating either, according to a new WSJ/NBC poll released on Wednesday — as noted by Business Insider. Fifty-our percent of registered voters polled have positive feelings toward Apple, while 14% have a negative opinion.

That's a better favorability rating than every single Presidential candidate, and a lower unfavorability rating than any too, except for Republican candidate John Kasich, Business Insider points out. Trump, for example, scored a 64% unfavorability rating in the same poll.

In fact, the WSJ/NBC poll shows that there was only one organization with better favorability numbers than Apple: Google. Sixty-seven percent of the 1,200 people polled had a “positive” or “somewhat positive” opinion of the company.