From the Washington Post this morning:
In the exit polls Tuesday night, more people thought Hillary Clinton would not be a good president than thought she would be a good one. For context, judgments about several of the prospective Republican candidates — Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Rand Paul and Rick Perry — were significantly worse. But after recording lofty numbers while at the State Department, Clinton the politician has begun to come back to Earth.
It's worth noting that the mid-term electorate is different than a presidential electorate, so this is a little less omnious for Hillary Clinton than it sounds. However, it's also telling that, as I noted yesterday, Hillary (and Bill) hit the campaign trail hard this year and it appears to have made no real difference for the candidates they supported. The notion that Hillary will dominate 2016 needs to be seriously reassessed after Tuesday night.