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
Roberts said homeowner insurance has doubled and tripled in some places in the past decade, and raising the tax rate might be unpopular.
The public narrative quickly shifted to the tax plan being a giveaway to the wealthy, and opinion polling revealed the plan was unpopular.
Purple used to be unpopular because the pigment leaked, turning soups brownish and staining hands.
Public sentiment typically turns against the party in control of the White House in midterm elections, and there have rarely been presidents as unpopular as Donald Trump.
The Rohingya, most of whom reside in Rakhine state on the border with Bangladesh, are deeply unpopular in Myanmar, which is 90 percent Buddhist.
Senate Republicans are preparing to vote on a bill that would overturn the rule, which is unpopular in the financial industry.
The 15-1 vote in Cook County illustrated just how unpopular the measure was.
Trump’s rhetoric is the same drift toward another unpopular war, in a country that American soldiers cannot reform on their own.
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