As President Trump Approaches 100th Day in Office, Plurality in Greater Los Angeles Give Him an ‘F’ Grade; Southland Split On Whether Trump Won 2016 Election Fair-And-Square, Not Sure if Russian Meddling Is Strictly Routine or Unprecedented

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 2 days ago

52% of Southland residents feel excluded from Donald Trump’s America (including 73% of African Americans, 60% of Latinos, 79% of Democrats, 76% of liberals, and 56% of Jews), compared to 34% who feel included, according to a SurveyUSA poll commissioned by KABC-TV Eyewitness News. 800 adults were interviewed 04/21/17 through 04/24/17. The findings are key to understanding the mixed report card President Trump receives from those in greater Los Angeles.

35% of area residents say Mr. Trump was elected fair and square. But a larger number, 44%, say Mr. Trump was helped across the finish line. 18% say that Russia had nothing to do with the America’s 2016 Presidential election, though that is not supported by the FBI’s telling of events. 22% say that Russia did try to influence the 2016 election, but no more so than in past American Presidential elections. 18% say Russia made an unprecedented attempt to influence the outcome of the 2016 election, but not because they were rooting for Mr. Trump, rather because they wanted to create chaos in the Western World. A plurality, 28%, say Russia interfered with the 2016 election because Russia felt that Mr. Trump would treat Russia as a friend, not a foe.

37% today give Mr. Trump a passing grade as President, but a majority, 53%, give Mr. Trump a failing grade. Breaking it down further, Mr. Trump’s report card looks like this:

= 10%.
= 19%.
= 17%.
= 20%.
= 31%.
GPA (Grade Point Average) on a 4.0 scale = 1.7. 

In the Southland:

37% approve of Mr. Trump’s handling of the economy ; 45% disapprove.
37% approve of Mr. Trump’s handling of Syria ; 48% disapprove.
34% approve of Mr. Trump’s handling of North Korea ; 46% disapprove.
34% approve of Mr. Trump’s handling of immigration ; 60% disapprove.
33% approve of Mr. Trump’s handling of China ; 45% disapprove.
26% approve of Mr. Trump’s handling of Russia ; 55% disapprove.
24% approve of Mr. Trump’s handling of healthcare ; 62% disapprove.
22% approve of Mr. Trump’s handling of the environment ; 61% disapprove.

63% (including majorities of Protestants, Catholics, members of other Christian denominations, Jews and non-religious Angelenos) say Mr. Trump cares more about Mr. Trump than he does about the American people.

3 months into his 1st term, 23% say Trump is on his way to make America great again, 24% say Mr. Trump is not yet having an impact one way or the other, 45% say Mr. Trump is making America worse than ever. Of those who voted for Mr. Trump in 2016, two-thirds, 68%, have no regrets today. Another 25% have regrets, but still feel that Mr. Trump was the better of the 2 major-party candidates. Just 3% wish they had voted for someone else. The smallest number, 2%, wish they had not voted at all.

43% say Mr. Trump will leave office before his first term is up, 29% say he will serve one full term, and 20% say he will serve 2 full terms. 12% say Trump will go down in history as one of America’s greatest Presidents, 52% say Trump will go down in history as one of America’s worst Presidents, 26% say Trump will be remembered somewhere in between.

Historical footnote: The President’s use of Twitter is seen on the whole as a minus (64%), not a plus (22%).

In Special Election in GA’s 6th Congressional District, 4 Republican Candidates Splinter Conservative Vote; Democrat Ossoff Gets Lion’s Share of Moderate and Liberal Vote, Is Clear Front-Runner, 2 Weeks Till Votes Are Counted, Who Could Win Seat Outright

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 21 days ago

18 names, including 11 Republicans, are on the ballot in the 04/18/17 special election to fill the seat in the U.S. House of Representatives left vacant when Republican Tom Price resigned to become Donald Trump’s Secretary of Health and Human Services. And though Price has won GA-06 with 62%, 66%, and 65% of the vote in the last 3 elections, it is a Democrat who leads at this hour, 2 weeks till votes are counted, according to SurveyUSA research conducted exclusively for WXIA-TV in Atlanta.

Jon Ossoff, a filmmaker, former journalist, and former congressional staffer, gets 43% of the vote “today,” impressive given that there are 4 other Democrats on the ballot who, combined, get 4% of the vote.

The top 4 Republican finishers — Karen Handel (15%), Bob Gray (14%), Dan Moody (7%), Judson Hill (5%) — carve up the conservative constituency. If Republicans are able to keep Democrat Ossoff from getting 50% of the vote on 04/18/17, then Republicans will be able to consolidate behind the top GOP finisher, be that Handel or Gray, and take-on Ossoff one-on-one in a runoff 06/20/17.

But: should Ossoff reach 50% in the 18-person field, the Democrats flip the seat from Red to Blue without a runoff, fueling speculation about whether the Democrats may re-capture the U.S. House of Representatives in the 2018 mid-term elections, as backlash against heavy-handed President Trump.

Ossoff’s support is young, educated and affluent. The younger and wealthier the electorate, the better Ossoff will do. Among Democrats, he gets 86% of the vote; among Strong Democrats he gets 85% of the vote; among those who are somewhat liberal, he gets 92% of the vote, among those who are very liberal, he gets 91%. Of those who voted for Republican Price in 2016, 13% cross-over and vote for the Democrat Ossoff in 2017.

Republican Handel’s support is old and white. Republican Gray’s support is middle-aged, middle-income and Evangelical. Of voters who say Congress should stay focused on health care, Handel leads Gray 22% to 8%. Of voters who say Congress should turn its attention to tax reform, Gray leads Handel 30% to 25%.

By 5:4, voters in GA-06 say a special investigator should be named to look into Russia’s involvement in the 2016 Presidential election. Of those who favor a special investigator, Ossoff gets 73% of the vote. Of those who oppose a special investigator, Gray gets 29%, Handel gets 28%.

A majority of special election voters say the Affordable Care Act should be left in place but improved. Within this group, Ossoff gets 75% of the vote. Of voters who say that the Affordable Care Act should be repealed entirely, Gray edges Handel 32% to 31%.

Context: 900 registered voters were interviewed by SurveyUSA 03/27/17 through 04/02/17, using voter-list sample provided by Aristotle in Washington DC. Of the 900 registered voters, 503 were determined by SurveyUSA to have already voted or to be likely to do so before the deadline. This research was conducted 100% by telephone: 68% of likely voters were interviewed on their home telephones in the recorded voice of a professional announcer. 32% of likely voters were interviewed on their cell phones, using live operators, who hand-dialed the respondent’s cell phone, secured the respondent’s cooperation, qualified the respondent as a voter, asked the questions, entered the answers, and remained on the line until the survey was completed. Polling Congressional Districts is challenging even under ideal circumstances. Polling for a special election, where nothing else is on the ballot, and where turnout could be a fraction of what it was in the 2016 general election, is even more challenging. Some news reports indicate that Republicans have started to spend money in GA-06 only in the past couple of days. If Republicans make a significant media buy in the remaining 2 weeks, Ossoff’s support may be overstated here, and his chances of winning the seat outright on 04/18/17 would be reduced. To the extent that Democrats see Ossoff and 04/18/17 as their best shot at flipping the seat, and spend dollars accordingly, the fight will be to the finish.

Future of Republic May Come Down to 4 Individuals On National Stage Whom Americans Believe Put Country Ahead of Their Personal Agenda

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 66 days ago

SurveyUSA identified 35 officials with a high national profile who do now or who may soon sit in judgment of President Donald Trump, as part of the Constitutionally mandated system of checks and balances. For each of the 35 officials, SurveyUSA asked 1,500 adult respondents nationwide if each particular official cares more about the United States of America or cares more about their own personal agenda. An equal number of Republicans and Democrats were interviewed. An equal number of high-profile Republicans and high-profile Democrats were evaluated. All 9 Supreme Court justices were evaluated.

Essential findings:

Americans today identify 4 officials who put country ahead of their own personal interests. The 4 are:

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (D).
U.S. Senator John McCain (R).
Chief Justice John Roberts of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

56% of Americans nationwide say Sanders puts country first, compared to 29% who say Sanders puts his own personal agenda first. When Sanders’ 29 percentage points are subtracted from Sanders’ 56 percentage points, the result is Plus 27 percentage points, the most favorable rating of any official tested from either party or from the Supreme Court.

51% of Americans nationwide say McCain puts country first, compared to 30% who say McCain puts his own personal agenda first. McCain’s Plus 21 rating is 2nd highest of any American on the national stage. Interviews were completed before McCain’s high-profile anti-Trump speech in Germany and subsequent McCain observation, “That’s how dictators get started.”

Roberts is less well known. 25% of Americans say Roberts puts country first, compared to 14% who say Roberts puts his own interests first. Roberts’ Plus 11 rating is 3rd highest on the list.

30% of Americans nationwide say Sotomayor puts country first, compared to 20% who say Sotomayor puts herself first. Her Plus 10 rating makes Sotomayor the only other person on the national stage to achieve a Plus 10 (double-digit) rating or higher. All other high-profile individuals scored in the single digits, or in the negative numbers.

Deliberately, SurveyUSA includes in its list of those evaluated officials who may not yet have broken through the national collective psyche, but who one day might. Few Americans knew Sam Ervin in 1971, but most Americans knew Ervin by 1974. Few Americans knew John Sirica in 1971, but most Americans knew Sirica by 1974. Both Ervin and Sirica came to be viewed as American heroes. History was not so kind to others. While it is unclear at this hour whether President Trump will trigger Congressional and/or Supreme Court oversight, given Mr. Trump’s desire to expand executive-branch powers as much as he can, Congressional and Supreme Court oversight is likely if not inevitable.

To that end:

SurveyUSA asked Americans about Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R). Today, just 10% of Americans say Chaffetz acts in America’s interest. 18% say Chaffetz acts in Chaffetz’ interest, a Minus 8 rating that puts Chaffetz in 21st position out of the 35 officials evaluated.

Few today know Mike Pompeo. Just 12% of Americans think the newly appointed CIA Director puts country first, 17% think Pompeo puts himself first, a Minus 5 rating that puts Pompeo in the middle of the pack.

FBI Director James Comey’s once-pristine reputation for fairness has taken a beating. Just 12% of Americans say Comey puts country first; 26% of Americans say Comey puts his own interests first. That Minus 14 rating demotes Comey today to just another political hack.

Only 3 officials nationwide are held in more contempt than Comey:

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D) has a Minus 15 rating.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R) has a Minus 21 rating.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R), among the first to sit in Trump’s lap, has the lowest rating of any official on the national stage: Minus 32.

Consider how Senate Majority Leader McConnell fairs compared to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R). 35% of Americans say Ryan puts country first; 39% say Ryan puts himself first, a Minus 4 rating. Ryan ranks 16th, McConnell ranks 34th, in large part because McConnell is trusted by no one. Among conservatives, McConnell is Minus 5, compared to Ryan’s Plus 22. Among Republicans, McConnell is Minus 2, Ryan is Plus 28.

Among independents: Sanders, McCain, and Roberts finish 1, 2 and 3.
Among moderates: Sanders, McCain, and Roberts finish 1, 2 and 3.
Among liberals: Sanders is Plus 80, Warren is Plus 48, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is Plus 47.
 * Among conservatives, VP Mike Pence is Plus 51, Rudy Giuliani is at Plus 28 and Justice Clarence Thomas is at Plus 25.
Among Democrats: Sanders at Plus 65, Senator Elizabeth Warren at Plus 43, and Ginsburg at Plus 40 finish 1, 2 and 3.
 * Among Republicans: Pence at Plus 70, Giuliani at Plus 41, and Ryan finish 1, 2 and 3. Justice Thomas at Plus 27, Attorney General Jeff Sessions at Plus 23, and Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch at Plus 22 finish 4, 5, and 6.

1,600 Americans nationwide were interviewed online 02/16/17. Of them, 94% (1,500) focus 1 hour or more each day on current events and were asked the questions here. An equal number of Republicans and Democrats were interviewed. The names of the 35 officials were randomly presented to respondents. Material statement from SurveyUSA here.

 

Half of Americans Say President Trump Sometimes Loses Touch with Reality; Just 13% in USA Say Trump Always Tells the Truth; Though Trump Describes His White House As a ‘Fine-Tuned Machine,’ 70% of Americans Say Things in DC are Out of Control; 32% Say Trump Is On His Way Toward Making America Great Again, But 39% Say Trump Is Making America Worse Than Ever

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 70 days ago

Americans offer a sober assessment of America’s 45th President. Hard-core supporters stand by him, but independents and moderates — and of course Democrats — are troubled by what they see, one month after businessman Donald Trump put his hand on a bible and swore an oath.

SurveyUSA interviewed 1,600 adults nationwide. Of them, 94% (1,500 adults) say they focus on current events at least 1 hour a day and were asked the questions in this survey. Essential findings:

50% of Americans say Donald Trump was elected president “fair and square.”
38% of Americans say Mr. Trump was helped across the finish line.

13% of Americans say Mr. Trump always tells the truth.
43% say Mr. Trump knows when he is telling the truth and knows when he is making things up.
35% say Mr. Trump is unable to distinguish between what is true and what is made up.

33% nationwide say Mr. Trump sees the world as it is.
14% say Mr. Trump has a vivid imagination.
49% say Mr. Trump sometimes loses touch with reality.

32% of Americans say Mr. Trump is on his way toward making America great again.
20% say it is too soon for Mr. Trump to have had an impact one way or the other.
39% nationwide say Mr. Trump is making America worse than ever.

Despite Mr. Trump’s claim that his administration is running like a fine-tuned machine, just 15% of Americans say things in D.C. are under control
70% say things in Washington DC are out of control.

Though Republicans remain firmly in the President’s corner, and though Democrats remain predictably opposed, there is learning in examining the views of independents and moderates, who often look at politics more dispassionately than those on the ends of the ideological spectrum.

A plurality of independents and moderates believe Mr. Trump was elected fair and square.
A plurality of independents and moderates say Mr. Trump is making America worse than ever.
69% of independents and 71% of moderates say things in Washington DC are out of control.
Half of moderates and a plurality of independents say Mr. Trump sometimes loses touch with reality.
A plurality of independents and moderates say Mr. Trump does not always tell the truth, but at least he knows when he is making things up.

Just 33% of Republicans and just 24% of conservatives say Mr. Trump always tells the truth.
54% under age 50, 55% in urban areas and 51% in suburban areas say Mr. Trump sometimes loses touch with reality.
Protestants are much more likely to say Mr. Trump sees the world as it is.
Other Christians, Catholics, members of other religions and the non-religious say the President sometimes loses touch with reality.

Online interviews conducted 02/16/17; one half were completed before Mr. Trump’s 02/16/17 press conference, the other half were completed during and after the press conference. Material statement from SurveyUSA here.

In Face of Withering Attacks by President Trump, 1st Amendment Seen As ‘Very Important’ by Overwhelming Majority of Americans; Most Adults Nationwide Say This White House *Not* Being Treated Unfairly, Under the Same Microscope As Previous Administrations

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 70 days ago

Freedom of the press, enshrined in the Bill of Rights as the 1st amendment to the Constitution of the United States, is under unprecedented attack by President Donald Trump as the root of all evils. SurveyUSA interviewed 1,600 adults nationwide 02/16/17. Of the adults, 94% (1,500 adults) say they reflect on current events 1 or more hours a day and were included in this survey. An equal number of Republicans and Democrats were interviewed. Essential findings:

82% say the 1st amendment is very important. (85% of Republicans, 84% of Democrats.)
14% say the 1st amendment is somewhat important.
1% say the 1st amendment is not very important.
1% say the 1st amendment is not at all important.
Combined: 96% important, 2% unimportant.

As a point of reference, the 2nd amendment of the Constitution, which guarantees citizens the right to keep and bear arms, has comparatively less support:

58% say the 2nd amendment is very important. (77% of Republicans, 53%of Democrats.)
 * 25% say the 2nd amendment is somewhat important.
8% say the 2nd amendment is not very important.
6% say the 2nd amendment is not at all important.
Combined: 83% important, 14% unimportant.

A majority of Americans disagree with President Trump when he says he is being treated unfairly by the news media. 54% nationwide say the Trump White House is under the same microscope that previous administrations have faced. This view is expressed by 55% of independents, 58% of moderates and by a majority in every region of the country.

However: this view is not shared by Protestants. A majority of Protestants, 55%, say Mr. Trump is being treated unfairly. They stand alone. Catholics, other Christians, members of other religions and non-religious Americans say the Trump White House is not being singled out.

Context: Senior White House strategist Steven Bannon has described the news media as “the opposition party”; Bannon repeated this statement today, Thursday, 02/16/17. While it is nothing new for a White House to have a healthy, adversarial relationship with the press, and that is par for the course, President Trump’s expressed strategy of blaming the free press for addressing perceived missteps by his administration, President Trump’s ridiculing of the press by deriding its work as “fake news,” mocking and belittling individual reporters and labeling news outlets as “failing,” is unprecedented. Half of the interviews for this survey were completed before President Trump’s 1 pm ET news conference today, 02/16/17 in which he described the press as “dishonest” and “out of control.” Material statement from SurveyUSA here.

52% of Americans Say It Is Likely A Border Wall Will Be Built Between the United States and Mexico; 59% of Americans Say It Is Unlikely That Mexico Will Pay for The Wall, Either Directly or Indirectly

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 77 days ago

A majority of Americans say it is likely a wall will be constructed on the border between the United States and Mexico, according to SurveyUSA’s latest poll of 1,207 registered voters nationwide.

But, despite President Donald Trump’s repeated insistence that he will arrange for Mexico to pay for construction of the wall, a majority say that is unlikely to happen.

Interviews were completed before the United States Department of Homeland Security revealed its latest estimate, which calculates the wall will cost $22 billion and take 3.5 years to build, assuming Congress funds the project without delay.

Here is the breakdown:

24% say it is very likely the wall will be built (including 40% of Republicans, 14% of Democrats).
28% say it is somewhat likely the wall will be built (35% of Republicans, 19% of Democrats).
 * 25% say it is not very likely the wall will be built (13% of Republicans, 33% of Democrats).
 * 16% say it is not at all likely the wall will be built (6% of Republicans, 26% of Democrats).

13% nationwide say it is very likely Mexico will pay for the wall (25% of Republicans, 6% of Democrats).
 * 19% say it is somewhat likely Mexico will pay for the wall (37% of Republicans, 9% of Democrats).
20% say it is not very likely that Mexico will pay for the wall (16% of both Republicans and Democrats).
39% say it is not at all likely Mexico will pay for the wall (13% of Republicans, 60% of Democrats).

70% of those who voted for Mr. Trump in the 2016 presidential election say it is likely the wall will be built. 62% of those who voted for Mr. Trump say it is likely Mexico will pay. By contrast, 65% of those who voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016 say it is unlikely the wall will be built. 82% of Clinton voters say it is unlikely Mexico will pay.

SurveyUSA interviewed 1,400 adults nationwide 02/06/17 and 02/07/17. Of the adults, 1,207 were registered to vote and were asked the questions here. Research was conducted online. Material statement from SurveyUSA here.

Majority of Americans Says President Trump is a Great Businessman and an American Success Story; But Majority Also Says Trump is Spiteful Bully Who Is In Over His Head; Just 31% Call Him Honest

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 78 days ago

President Donald Trump receives high marks from American voters nationwide for being forceful (76% describe him this way), candid (56%), an American success story (52%) and a great businessman (64%), according to a SurveyUSA poll of 1,207 registered voters nationwide.

But 21 days into his Presidency, there are also worrisome signs for Mr. Trump.

Just 18% of Americans describe Mr. Trump as even-tempered.
Just 30% describe him as thoughtful.
Just 31% describe him as honest.
Just 31% describe him as honorable.
While 33% call him brilliant, an equal number call him evil.
43% of Americans say Mr. Trump is racist.
43% say he is dishonest.
47% say he Mr. Trump is juvenile.
52% say he is spiteful.
42% say he is mad.

There are the expected differences between Democrats and Republicans, which SurveyUSA highlights in this table. But there are also more subtle distinctions.

Mr. Trump’s swagger plays better with men than with women.

Men are twice as likely as women to say Mr. Trump is even-tempered.
Men are 74% more likely to call Trump honorable.
Men are 48% more likely to call Trump honest.

His bravado resonates with older Americans more so than with the young.

Young voters are 83% more likely than seniors to see Mr. Trump as evil.
Young voters are twice as likely as seniors to see Trump as mad.

African Americans are twice as likely as whites to label Mr. Trump dishonest.
African Americans are 2.4 times more likely than whites to call Mr. Trump evil.
Whites are 3 times more likely than blacks to see Mr. Trump as thoughtful.
Whites are 2.2 times more likely than blacks to say Mr. Trump is even-tempered.

SurveyUSA interviewed 1,400 adults nationwide 02/06/17 and 02/07/17. Of the adults, 1,207 were registered to vote and were asked the questions here. Research was conducted online. 31% of the voters interviewed for this survey are Republicans; an equal number, 31%, are Democrats; 36% are independents. Material statement from SurveyUSA here.

Americans Divided Over Whether President Donald Trump Respects the Constitution of the United States; Majority Says Trump Thinks He Is Above the Law, Cares More About Himself Than the American People

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 78 days ago

54% of American voters say President Donald Trump thinks he is above the law, according to a SurveyUSA poll conducted 02/06/17 and 02/07/17. This belief is held by 64% of young people, 60% of moderates, 59% of independents, 58% of women, 57% of lower-income voters, 57% of those with a high-school education, and 56% of those with a 4-year college degree.

Though Republicans and conservatives rally to the President’s side as expected on this issue, there are key fissures in the core demographics:

32% of very conservative voters say Mr. Trump thinks he is above the law.
30% of conservative voters say Mr. Trump thinks he is above the law.
18% of strong Republicans say Mr. Trump thinks he is above the law.
25% of Republicans say Mr. Trump thinks he is above the law.
17% of those who voted for Trump in 2016 say the President thinks he is above the law.

Whites split: 44% say the President thinks he is above the law, 42% say he doesn’t. 85% of African Americans, 73% of Hispanic Americans, and 58% of Asian Americans say Mr. Trump thinks he is above the law.

A majority of registered voters nationwide — 51% — say Mr. Trump cares more about himself than he does about the American people. This view is held by 80% of Democrats, 74% of African Americans, 63% of Hispanic Americans, 59% of younger voters, 58% of those who live in urban areas, 57% of women, and 56% of independents.

By contrast, a majority of voters nationwide — 54% — say President Barack Obama cared more about the American people than he did about himself.

SurveyUSA interviewed 1,400 adults nationwide 02/06/17 and 02/07/17. Of the adults, 1,207 were registered to vote and were asked the questions here. Research was conducted online. 31% of the voters interviewed for this survey are Republicans; an equal number, 31%, are Democrats; 36% are independents. Material statement from SurveyUSA here.

23% of American Voters Say Donald Trump’s Mental Health is Excellent; 30% Say The President’s Mental Health is Poor

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 79 days ago

 

A majority of Americans say President Donald Trump’s physical health is either excellent or good, according to SurveyUSA’s latest nationwide poll on the new administration. Just 24% say Mr. Trump’s physical health is fair or poor.

But voters have greater concern about President Trump’s mental health.

23% say President Trump’s mental health is excellent.
26% say President Trump’s mental health is good.
13% say President Trump’s mental health is just fair.
A plurality, 30%, say President Trump’s mental health is poor.

Beyond the expected partisan split on questions about the evocative President, SurveyUSA finds women and young persons are disproportionately worried about the President’s mental health, as are African Americans and Hispanic Americans.
Among those who voted for President Barack Obama twice, 53% describe President Trump’s mental health as poor.

Among those who voted for Hillary Clinton in the 11/08/16 Presidential election, 58% say President Trump’s mental health is poor.

Just 1% of those who voted for Mr. Trump in 2016 say the President’s mental health is poor.

Republicans see President Trump through a different lens. 50% say the President’s mental health is excellent, 38% say it is good (combined: 88%). Just 5% of Republicans say the President’s mental health is fair, 4% say the President’s mental health is poor (combined: 9%).

Among “very conservative” voters, 75% say Mr. Trump’s mental health is excellent or good, 21% say his mental health is fair or poor.

Independents and moderates are conflicted.

17% of independents say Mr. Trump’s mental health is excellent.
24% of independents say Mr. Trump’s mental health is good.
16% of independents say Mr. Trump’s mental health is just fair.
35% of independents say Mr. Trump’s mental health is poor.

15% of moderates say Mr. Trump’s mental health is excellent.
29% of moderates say Mr. Trump’s mental health is good.
16% of moderates say Mr. Trump’s mental health is just fair.
A plurality of moderates, 32%, say Mr. Trump’s mental health is poor.

SurveyUSA interviewed 1,400 adults nationwide 02/06/17 and 02/07/17. Of the adults, 1,207 were registered to vote and were asked the questions here. Research was conducted online. 31% of the voters interviewed for this survey are Republicans; an equal number, 31%, are Democrats; 36% are independents. Material statement from SurveyUSA here.

Newsmaker Favorability, All Voters

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 79 days ago

 

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