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Trump support unchanged by Justice Department probe

Trump support unchanged by Justice Department probe

Trump supporters are famous for their loyalty to the former reality TV star. The opinion that Americans have of Donald Trump does not seem to be affected by the various… 22.09.2022, Sputnik International

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According to the latest New York Times/Siena College poll, voters’ views of Trump remain unchanged since July, when the same poll was last conducted. Respondents were asked if they had a favorable or unfavorable opinion of Trump, who they would vote for in a hypothetical matchup between Trump and President Joe Biden, what they thought of Trump’s actions after the 2020 election and whether they believed Trump had committed “serious federal crimes.” The poll was conducted after news broke that the Justice Department was investigating Trump’s handling of classified documents, but before the New York State Attorney General announced she was suing Trump. and its businesses. According to the poll released Thursday, which mirrors the July poll, 44% of Americans have a favorable opinion of Trump, compared to 53% who have an unfavorable opinion. Thirty-eight percent of respondents said the former president was “just exercising his right to contest the election” through his actions after the 2020 election, while 54% said “he went so far that ‘he threatened American democracy.’ Meanwhile, 51% of respondents believe that Trump has committed serious federal crimes, w while 38% have not. Curiously, some respondents feel conflicted with Trump, welcome attempts to end democracy or think Biden poses an even bigger threat Fourteen percent of respondents said they would vote for Trump in 2024 and also thought his actions after the 2020 election posed a threat to American democracy, according to the Times poll summary.In a hypothetical Biden-Trump showdown in 2024, 42% said they were likely to vote for Trump, while 45% chose Biden. 10 percent said they were undecided, would not vote or support a third-party candidate. The loyalty of Trump supporters has long been a hallmark of his campaign and his presidency. During the 2016 campaign, then-candidate Trump bragged that he “could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody” without losing voters. During his presidency, Trump supporters backed the president through a myriad of scandals and an impeachment trial. While Trump’s unfavorable ratings fluctuated with the news, his favorable rating remained largely unchanged. Trump has hinted that he plans to run in 2024, although no announcement is expected before November’s midterm elections.

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Trump supporters are famous for their loyalty to the former reality TV star. Americans’ views of Donald Trump seem unaffected by the various controversies and court cases surrounding the former president.

According to the latest New York Times/Siena College poll, voters’ views of Trump remain unchanged since July, when the same poll was last conducted. Respondents were asked if they had a favorable or unfavorable opinion of Trump, who they would vote for in a hypothetical matchup between Trump and President Joe Biden, what they thought of Trump’s actions after the 2020 election and whether they believed Trump had committed “serious federal crimes.”

The poll was conducted after news broke that the Justice Department was investigating Trump’s handling of classified documents, but before the New York State Attorney General announced that she was suing Trump. and its businesses.

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According to the poll released Thursday, which mirrors the July poll, 44% of Americans have a favorable opinion of Trump, compared to 53% who have an unfavorable opinion.

Thirty-eight percent of respondents said the former president was “just exercising his right to contest the election” through his actions after the 2020 election, while 54% said “he went so far that he threatened American democracy.”

Meanwhile, 51% of respondents believe Trump committed serious federal crimes, while 38% did not.

Curiously, some respondents feel conflicted with Trump, welcome attempts to end democracy, or believe Biden poses an even greater threat. Fourteen percent of those polled said they would vote for Trump in 2024 and also believed his actions after the 2020 election posed a threat to American democracy, according to the Times poll summary.

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In a hypothetical matchup between Biden and Trump in 2024, 42% said they would likely vote for Trump, while 45% chose Biden. Fourteen percent indicated that they were undecided, that they would not vote or that they would support a third-party candidate.

The loyalty of Trump supporters has long been a hallmark of his campaign and his presidency. During the 2016 campaign, then-candidate Trump bragged that he “could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody” without losing voters. During his presidency, Trump supporters backed the president through a myriad of scandals and an impeachment trial. While Trump’s unfavorable ratings fluctuated with the news, his favorable rating remained largely unchanged.

Trump has hinted that he plans to run in 2024, although no announcement is expected before November’s midterm elections.



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