Those most likely to disapprove of the kneeling include men (60 percent), independents (62 percent), whites (63 percent), veterans (65 percent), Republicans (86 percent), and Trump voters (90 percent).
The Quinnipiac survey puts on display a deeply divided America. Voters disapprove (57 to 36 percent) of his performance (so 6 percent think he is fit, just not doing a good job). "That is the inescapable characterisation of President Trump from voters who see race relations deteriorating on his watch".
A majority of voters also advised Trump to stop tweeting about every issue.
69% of voters want Trump to give up his Twitter account, which he has used in recent days to castigate professional athletes from the National Basketball Association and NFL, as well as his political opponents. Disapproval runs to 55-39 percent among white voters, 95-3 among African American voter, and 66-28 percent among Latino voters. Black voters overwhelmingly thought Trump was not fit, by 94 percent to just four percent.
A majority of American voters believe Donald Trump is not "fit to serve as president" of the United States, a new poll shows. (Some hope that Trump is like a high fever that will pass, leaving the patient back to being his old self; I think that's unlikely, but it'd be nice if the fever theory turns out to be correct.) You can change a president or a presidential candidate but can you change a party's composition?
The August 17 national poll found Trump gets bump with approval on economy; most expect little from Trump, Congress this year. Fifty-seven percent of those surveyed said they disapprove of the job Trump is doing as president with 36 percent saying they approved.Читайте также: Visualizing the influx of Rohingya refugees
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"A divider, responsible for the deepening chasm of racial discord". Some 61 percent say they do not share his values, and 67 percent say he is not level-headed.
Trump's job approval numbers have hovered between 33 percent and 40 percent in the Quinnipiac polls since March.
Forty-nine per cent of voters in the poll were in favor of the Democrats winning control of the Senate in 2018. In 2014, only 48 percent of Democrats said things were going to hell compared to 70 percent who feel that way today. A 56-42 percent margin said he does not care about average Americans.
The poll, conducted September 21-26 has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.