The poll was done PublicPolicyPoilling (PPP) ….
The outfit is considered Democratic leaning….
With THAT out of the way?
It’s not hard to understand the numbers…..
Donald Trump’s average disapproval has been steadily dropping in the last few weeks….
Two nights ago his gut, Roy Moore lost to a Democart in the Red (Republican) state of ALABAMA….
Trump’s past sexual misconduct actions are back on the front pages of newspapers and news channels….
The Republicans are forging forward on a tax bill that is unpopular to a large amount of Americans who will probably see their taxes go up…..
The same group of law makers are also hell bent on knocking millions of Americans off healthcare coverage and cutting their socal safety net benefits….
Oh, and the guy keeps talking like he wants to get invcleved in World War III with North Korea?
Add to ALL of this farmers who are scared he’s gonna wipe out their export makerts and of course the BIG ONE!….
He’s increasingly being shown as a President who tried to stop an investiagtion of WTF he’s been trying so hard to get in bed with the Russian President who it appear had a massive effort to penetrate this countries upper government….
The poll says voters would take Obama back by a 56/39% margin….
PPP’s newest national poll finds that a majority of voters think Donald Trump should resign from the Presidency because of the allegations of sexual harassment against him. 53% think Trump should step down to just 42% who think he should remain in office. 53% of voters believe the women who have accused Trump of harassment, to 31% who think they aren’t telling the truth….
In general Trump voters seem relatively unconcerned with his behavior toward women. Just 45% say they would disapprove of Trump sexually harassing women while 22% actually say they would approve of him doing so, and 32% express no opinion either way. Trump voters are also somewhat skeptical of the ‘Me Too’ movement, giving it just a 37/33 favorability rating, compared to 74/10 among Clinton voters. Overall voters agree with Time Magazine’s decision to give the ‘Me Too’ movement its Person of the Year award 51/35, but there is predictable disagreement on that too with Clinton voters saying 82/6 they support the honorees and Trump voters saying 75/15 it instead should have been Trump.
The reaction of Trump voters to the recent charges against Michael Flynn and Paul Manafort is…fire Robert Mueller and hate the FBI. 56% of them think Mueller should be fired to only 17% who are opposed to such a move. 53% say they disapprove of the job the FBI is doing, to just 24% who approve…
One thing that’s not helping the GOP is the tax bill- only 29% of voters support it to 49% who are opposed. And by a 23 point margin voters say they’re less likely to vote for a member of Congress next year who supports it- 49% say support for the tax bill makes them less likely to vote for someone, to only 26% who consider it a positive.
And the more tuned in to the tax debate voters are, the worse it gets for Republicans. Among those who say they’ve heard ‘a lot’ about the tax plan 62% oppose it, and that group of voters gives Democrats a 63-33 advantage on the generic House ballot. Only 26% of voters think the middle class and small businesses will be the primary beneficiary of the bill, with 61% thinking it will be the wealthy and large corporations….
-Only 38% of voters think he’s honest, to 57% who say he’s not. 55% flat out call him a liar, to only 39% who disagree with that characterization.
-62% of voters still want to see his tax returns, to 31% who say it isn’t necessary.
-51% of voters believe Trump is mentally unbalanced, to 44% who say they think he’s mentally stable.
-Just 37% of voters think he’s delivered on his core campaign promise to ‘Make America Great Again,’ while 57% say he hasn’t.
-For the first time we find a majority of voters- 51%- support impeaching Trump to 42% who are opposed….
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