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

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 163 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 - 164 days ago

 

Newsmaker Favorability, Strong Democrats

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 164 days ago

Newsmaker Favorability, Strong Republicans

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 164 days ago

President Trump Seen ‘Very Favorably’ By 26% of USA Voters, Same Percentage as View TV Show Saturday Night Live ‘Very Favorably’

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 164 days ago

SurveyUSA asks registered voters nationwide to react to today’s newsmakers on a scale from “very favorable” to “very unfavorable.”

26% of American voters view President Donald Trump “very favorably,” compared to 38% who view Mr. Trump “very un-favorably.” The survey interviewed an equal number of Republicans and Democrats.

Trump is seen “very favorably” by the same percentage of Americans who view the TV show Saturday Night Live very favorably: 26%. This is 8 percentage points less than the 34% of Americans who view former President Barack Obama very favorably.

Trump’s Democratic challenger, Hillary Clinton, is also viewed “very unfavorably” by 38%, same as Trump.

Trump is viewed very favorably by a majority of Republican voters. He is viewed very unfavorably by a majority of African American and Hispanic American voters and by 82% of those who describe themselves as “very liberal.”

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.

 

America Favors White House Policy to Restrict Entry into USA from Certain Middle Eastern Countries, At the Same Time, Voters Nationwide Say The World Is Less Safe With Donald Trump in the White House

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 164 days ago

39% of registered voters nationwide say America is more safe if individuals from certain Middle-Eastern countries are not allowed to enter the United States, according to SurveyUSA research conducted 02/06/17 and 02/07/17. Hearings in Federal Court are being held at this hour.

24% of Americans say the United States will be less safe if certain individuals are denied entry. 26% say the policy will make no difference.

At the same time, voters say the world is less safe with Donald Trump as President. 34% say Trump makes the world a safer place (including 85% of Strong Republicans but just 4% of Strong Democrats). 42% say Trump makes the world less safe (including 81% of Strong Democrats and 5% of Strong Republicans).

31% of the respondents to this survey are Republicans, 31% are Democrats, 36% are independents.

Moderates and independents are split on the President’s immigration policy. 33% of moderates say it will make the country more safe, 21% say it will make the country less safe, 35% say it will make no difference. 33% of independents say it will make the country more safe, 25% say less safe, 31% say no difference.

A plurality of voters of every education level are with the President. A plurality of voters from every income level are with the President. A plurality of voters in the Midwest, South and West are with the President. Voters in the Northeast are split.

1st -generation voters, whose parents were not born in America, narrowly oppose the policy; 36% say it will make America less safe, 34% say it will make America more safe, 22% say the immigration policy will not make a difference.

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

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SurveyUSA Breaking News - 164 days ago

Trump Day 12: Californians Are Opposed To New Immigration Policy, Opposed to ‘Sanctuary State’ Designation, Opposed to Secession

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 171 days ago

Californians react to the first 12 days of a Donald Trump Presidency in this statewide survey conducted 01/31/17 exclusively for KABC-TV Los Angeles, KPIX-TV San Francisco, KGTV-San Diego, the San Diego Union Tribune, and KFSN-TV Fresno. Among the key findings:

Residents are torn by Trump’s new immigration policy: A plurality, 46%, is against forbidding individuals from 7 counties from entering America. But a plurality, 39%, says that the policy does make America safer. At the same time, a majority of those with an opinion, 58%, says the policy sends the wrong message to the world.

A majority do not want California’s sanctuary cities to lose federal funding. Residents are split, however, on whether California should retaliate against the Trump administration by withholding federal tax dollars that flow through the state on their way to Washington DC, with a 6 point plurality, 42%, favoring withholding. A plurality, 44%, opposes designating all of California as a “sanctuary state.”

Most Californians don’t know much about “Yes California,” a grassroots movement that wants California to withdraw from the United States and form a new country on its own. 18% at this hour favor secession, known also as CalExit. 68% oppose.

19% statewide say the Trump presidency has so far been better than they had expected. 35% say it has been worse than they had expected. 38% say it has been as expected.

A plurality, 48%, say Trump will go down in history as one of America’s worst presidents, compared to 19% who say Trump will be remembered as one of America’s greatest presidents.

38% — including 55% of Democrats and 9% of Republicans — say Trump will be removed from office before his first term ends. 26% say Trump will serve out one full term. 21% say Trump will serve 2 full terms.

Trump has a 34% job approval at this hour and a 52% job disapproval rating, for a Net Approval of Minus 18. California Governor Jerry Brown has a 48% job approval and 30% disapproval, for a Net Approval of Plus 18.

Context: SurveyUSA interviewed 800 California adults statewide 01/31/17. Cell-phone and landline respondents were included. Research was conducted 100% online. Interviews were completed after Trump fired the Interim Attorney General 01/30/17 and prior to Trump announcing his pick for the Supreme Court of the United States. California is the most populated of the 50 United States. 12% of the nation’s population lives in California. 14% of the USA’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) comes from California, which by some measures makes California the 6th largest economy in the world, were it to become its own independent nation. California today has a larger economy than Russia, Canada, Australia, India, and France and Italy. If supporters of “Yes California” obtain approximately 585,000 signatures on a petition by July 2017, the secession question could be put before California voters in 2018. That would not be the end of the process, just the beginning. An amendment to the United States constitution would need to be ratified by 38 states before the American flag flies with 49 stars. In the 11/08/16 Presidential election, Hillary Clinton carried California 62% to 32%. Trump received a smaller percentage of the popular vote in California than any Republican in the past 100 years.

On Eve of Inauguration, San Francisco Sees Trump In Negative Light

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 01/19/17 03:13 PM

On the day before Donald Trump is inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, 56% of San Francisco-area adults say they have an unfavorable opinion of him, according to this latest SurveyUSA poll conducted exclusively for KPIX-TV. 24% say they have a favorable view of Trump. By a 3:1 margin, Republicans view Trump favorably; by a 5:1 margin, Democrats view Trump unfavorably.

50% say Trump will go down in history as one of America’s worst Presidents, including 67% of Democrats. 14% say Trump will be one of America’s greatest presidents, including 37% of Republicans.

40% believe Trump will serve out his full term as President; 9% say he will choose to leave office early. 36% say they believe Trump will be removed from office.

56% say Trump is fundamentally dishonest; 20% say fundamentally honest. 24% say they do not yet know enough to say.

Full results and interactive crosstabs here.

No Geography Too Small

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 01/11/17 01:09 PM

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