[Rushtalk] Other Side Pulling For Trump?!?
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Fri Jan 6 17:46:44 MST 2017
/*Must be so, Dennis. I've run into a lot of them on FACEBOOK.*/
On 1/6/2017 3:50 PM, Dennis Putnam wrote:
> What about the other 43%? They want Trump to fail so the country
> On 1/6/2017 3:39 PM, John Quayle wrote:
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>> Even most Democrats want Donald Trump to succeed as president, but
>> voters are far less confident that things will play out that way.
>> The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey
>> finds that 39% of Likely U.S. Voters think Trump’s presidency is more
>> likely to be a success. Thirty percent (30%) say it’s more likely to
>> be a failure instead, while 26% believe the Trump presidency will
>> fall somewhere in between the two. (To see survey question wording,
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>> Sixty-seven percent (67%) of Republicans think Trump is likely to
>> succeed, a view shared by only 17% of Democrats and 35% of voters not
>> affiliated with either major party. Just over half (52%) of Democrats
>> believe Trump is more likely to fail, but only seven percent (7%) of
>> GOP voters and 28% of unaffiliateds agree.
>> But 57% of Democrats want Trump’s presidency to be a success. Of
>> course, that compares to 91% of Republicans and 73% of unaffiliated
>> voters. Twenty-six percent (26%) of voters in Hillary Clinton’s party
>> want Trump to fail, while another 17% are undecided.
>> Among all voters, 73% want Trump’s presidency to be a success; 14%
>> want it to fail, and 12% are not sure.
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>> Fifty-four percent (54%) of voters think major legislation to improve
>> the country is likely to be passed during Trump’s first 100 days in
>> compares to 63% who felt that way about Barack Obama and the
>> Democratic-controlled Congress just before he became president in
>> January 2009
>> Among voters who want Trump’s presidency to be a success, 53% say
>> it’s likely to achieve that goal. Eighty-eight percent (88%) of
>> voters who want Trump to fail believe he’s more likely to do so.
>> Men want Trump to succeed more than women do and are more confident
>> that he will. Middle-aged voters are slightly more skeptical about
>> his chances of success than others are.
>> Blacks think he is much less likely to succeed than whites and other
>> minority voters.
>> Only 17% of voters who Strongly Approve of the job President Obama is
>> doing believe Trump is more likely to be a success. Among voters who
>> Strongly Disapprove of the current president’s job performance, 78%
>> expect Trump to succeed.
>> Just over half of all voters now view Trump favorably
>> his high to date, although strong negative opinions still outweigh
>> strong positive ones.
>> Trump in a TV interview shortly after Election Day made it clear
>> and replacing Obamacare and filling the long-standing vacancy on the
>> U.S. Supreme Court are high on his list of action items
>> and voters think that’s a good place to start.
>> Most voters think Democrats should work with Trump
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>> he’s in the White House, but Democrats strongly disagree. Still,
>> voters are more hopeful about the parties cooperating than they’ve
>> been since Obama’s inauguration in 2009.
>> Following Trump's election, voters are more optimistic about the
>> future than they have been in over four years
>> With Republicans set to control both Congress and the White House,
>> more voters than ever are expecting significant cuts in government
>> A majority of voters have said for years that spending cuts help the
>> Americans are much more optimistic about their personal financial
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>> they were a year ago.
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