OTHER WORDS FROM unfavorableun·fa·vor·a·ble·ness, nounun·fa·vor·a·bly, adverb
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A gun-rights advocate who once expressed sympathy for QAnon and has ties to right-wing militias, Boebert averaged a 12 percent favorable rating and 25 percent unfavorable rating in the YouGov and Morning Consult polls.What Do Americans Think Of Marjorie Taylor Greene? Liz Cheney? Josh Hawley?|Nathaniel Rakich (email@example.com)|February 5, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
Vaccines garnering federal approval are likely to contain a mix of attributes that Americans find both favorable and unfavorable.What does it take to convince people to get vaccinated?|By Matt Motta/The Conversation|January 20, 2021|Popular-Science
The YouGov poll is somewhat better for him, with 30 percent of Republicans having a favorable opinion of him and 16 percent having an unfavorable one.
As we have done previously, we screen out companies that have sustained negative operating cash flow, indicating businesses that are highly vulnerable to unfavorable disruptions.Finding advantage in adversity: How the Future 50 positioned themselves for growth, even in 2020|lbelanger225|December 3, 2020|Fortune
The President has repeatedly called unfavorable polls “fake news.”The 2020 election’s polling errors are eerily similar to four years ago|Lance Lambert|December 1, 2020|Fortune
The basic favorable-unfavorable rating was 37 to 53 percent.
For The Net Party, the road is long, the game is dirty and the odds are unfavorable.
Overall, 10 percent of Kentuckians had a favorable view of Bevin to 17 percent unfavorable.Tea Partier Matt Bevin Is Selling Himself as the Anti-Mitch McConnell|Sam Youngman|February 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
According to the poll, 30 percent had mostly or very unfavorable views of Christie.
If the experience is a lousy one, the collective opinion will be unfavorable.
Waxy casts are found in most advanced cases of nephritis, where they are an unfavorable sign.
Diacetic acid may be present, and usually warrants an unfavorable prognosis.
We sailed from Dieppe in a most unfavorable season, on the 26th of January, of this year 1611.
Your hostess may imagine you are drawing comparisons unfavorable to your present residence.The Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness|Florence Hartley
Sprouted no more than this, it will stand unfavorable weather as well as dry seed.