There’s a reason Hillary has more votes than anyone in the 2016 race: Voters see through the false narratives and personal attacks and connect directly to the person. In Hillary’s case, the person is very different from the caricature portrayed in the media.
Take a look at this chart from PolitiFact. You can argue that their methodology is somewhat subjective, but as an apples to apples comparison, Hillary’s ratio of purely true to purely false statements is higher than any candidate in the race:
Hillary is pushing solutions while the rest of the field is selling promises.
UPDATE (3/21/16): Bernie Sanders just quoted PolitiFact in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper. He used their rating system to question Donald Trump’s veracity.
[NOTE: This article was updated on 4/5/16]