With all due respect to jetson and everyone else making a point about this, you're still all missing the point I was trying to make. And, frankly, it's a pretty important one.
Elections should not be about liking or disliking a candidate in the first place. The fact that for so many people they turn on like/dislike is a big reason why they're so dysfunctional, at least in this country. You get people voting for a candidate because they like him (or her), and you get other people voting against a candidate because they dislike him (or her), and precious few people who bother to try to look past their like or dislike.
It's a failing of human reasoning. People decide that they like a candidate, or dislike a candidate, and then they rationalize other reasons why to vote for them, or to not vote for them. But their decision was already made once they decided they liked or disliked a candidate; the rationalizations had nothing to do with it except for sounding good.
And, ironically enough, this business of trying to get people to articulate why they disliked Clinton just makes it worse. Because it doesn't get at their underlying reasoning even though it's intended to. Most of them will just rationalize reasons why it's appropriate for them to dislike Clinton. That's why, in my opinion, it's the wrong question to ask. A better one would be why disliking Clinton is enough of a reason to vote against her, or why they should trust their dislike.
As a case in point, jetson, you never actually gave a reason why I should elaborate - just said you thought it was more than a simple fact that I did not like her. That doesn't give me a reason to elaborate. Were I so inclined, and I guarantee there are people who would be, I could use that as an excuse to sidetrack the whole discussion.
As it is, I can't elaborate. I have no good reason for this feeling of dislike. Every time I tried to come up with one, it smacked of a rationalization. So it's probably something stupid, and it certainly is something irrational. That's why I don't want to try to defend it or come up with fake reasons to justify it. But a lot of people don't understand that about themselves. They would come up with reasons that sounded good, even though the feeling had no reason to begin with. I mean, emotions evolved long before reason did.