A plurality of people in a new poll most associate Hillary Clinton with the words "dishonest," "liar," "don't trust her" and "poor character."

Twenty-one percent of those asked use those words to describe her, according to a new Gallup poll released Tuesday. Another 9 percent said "dislike her," while 8 percent said they "like her" and that she's "capable of being president," and another 7 percent said she's "qualified." An additional 7 percent of people called Clinton a "criminal" and "crooked" and said "she belongs in jail."

Overall, 51 percent of people asked had a net negative opinion of Clinton, while just 29 percent were positive and 6 percent were neutral.

The top response for Sanders was "socialist," at 12 percent. The rest of the reactions to Sanders' name were more mixed than Clinton's: 6 percent said "older" and "aged," while 5 percent said "favorable." Another 5 percent called the Vermont senator a "fresh face" with "new ideas" and that he is "change for the better," while 4 percent marked him down as "crazy," "delusional," an "idiot," and "unrealistic." Another 4 percent used the word "unfavorable."

Three percent also deemed him "communist," a word used often by Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump to describe Sanders, and 3 percent said he is about "giving money way" and "free stuff."

Overall, 20 percent have a negative net opinion of Sanders, while 26 percent were positive and 32 percent were neutral.

The telephone-based poll of 1,014 American adults nationwide was conducted Feb. 13-14 and carries a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.