Examples of unpopular in a Sentence
I was unpopular in high school.
Her third album has been unpopular with fans.
Recent conflicts have made him unpopular among the staff.
Recent Examples of unpopular from the Web
So there are some things that at times are unpopular, or are not popular.
Polls have shown that Mr. Maduro is deeply unpopular, with Venezuela suffering a grinding economic meltdown marked by food shortages and the world’s highest inflation.
Trading Giancarlo Stanton would be unpopular, of course.
To complicate matters further, many of Temer allies in Congress complain that the government has pursued an unpopular agenda and failed to address their demands.
But as National Geographic’s Rachael Bale and Tim Laman report, whale meat is increasingly unpopular there, too, and at least one environmental group has accused Norway of using the meat to supplement animal feed at fur farms instead.
The strategy is not without risks: the Japanese public is wary of stoking a nuclear standoff with North Korea, and Trump remains generally unpopular in most countries.
On the one hand, open seats tend to be more vulnerable, but on the other hand polls showed Flake was unpopular in Arizona, and therefore potentially uniquely vulnerable.
As with the 58–42 percent defeat for the Santa Fe tax, the 15–1 vote in Cook County illustrated just how unpopular the measure was.
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