Trump lovers still worship their president almost two years later

82 percent of Trump voters still feel cordially & # 39; towards President Trump more than a year after his presidency

Trump lovers continue to worship their favorite president almost two years after their election, but the poll shows that Hillary fans hate him more than ever

  • 82 percent of Trump voters still feel cordially & # 39; towards President Trump more than a year after his presidency
  • That's about 87 percent that felt that way after the elections
  • But 93 percent of Hillary Clinton voters gave her a "cold" rating.
  • Earlier this month, Trump reached 50 percent in his approval rating

Emily Goodin, U.S. Political reporter on Dailymail.com

The voters of President Donald Trump have kept their warm and confused feelings towards the candidate they voted for, revealed a new Pew poll.

In November 2016, 87 percent of Trump voters had "warm" feelings toward him, Pew discovered, with 63 percent having "very warm feelings."

There have not been many changes over a year in his presidency.

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82 percent of Trump voters still feel cordially & # 39; towards President Trump more than a year after his presidency

82 percent of Trump voters still feel cordially & # 39; towards President Trump more than a year after his presidency

But 93 percent of Hillary Clinton voters gave Trump a "cold" rating.

But 93 percent of Hillary Clinton voters gave Trump a "cold" rating.

But 93 percent of Hillary Clinton voters gave Trump a "cold" rating.

In March, 82 percent of Trump voters said they were "warmly" & # 39; with Trump, and 62 percent said they had "very warm" feelings & # 39; to him.

Supporters of Hillary Clinton, however, have even more negative views of the president.

An overwhelming majority – 93 percent – of Clinton voters gave Trump a low rating, with 88 percent giving it a very low rating.

Only 3 percent of those who voted for Clinton felt very affectionate with Trump.

Earlier this month, Trump achieved a 50 percent approval rating in a survey that turned out to be better than most in predicting his stunning victory in the 2016 election.

Rasmussen Reports published the August 2 issue of its daily follow-up survey, which marks the first time the president reaches that mark since May 22.

On August 2 of Barack Obama's second year as president, he was surveying 45 percent in the same poll.

Forty-nine percent of likely voters still oppose Trump, and there are many more that strongly "disapprove" that they "strongly approve."

The president's average approval rating for the month of July was 46 percent.

That roughly matches the 46.1 percent of the votes he won in his epic 2016 clash with Clinton.

The Rasmussen survey was one of the few that came close to accurately predicting the outcome of that contest.

Unlike other polls that ask questions in live telephone interviews, it is based on button phone call responses, which means that voters who like Trump's performance in office are not required to say it out loud to another person.

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