Poll: Trump Voters Have Fewer Regrets Than Clinton Voters

By NTK Staff | 11.09.2017 @11:30am
Poll: Trump Voters Have Fewer Regrets Than Clinton Voters

Despite President Trump’s troubles and challenges in his first year in office, more of his voters say they’d stick with him – one year after the 2016 election – than voters who said they’d stick with Hillary Clinton if they could vote again. That’s the main takeaway of a new poll from Politico and Morning […]

Despite President Trump’s troubles and challenges in his first year in office, more of his voters say they’d stick with him – one year after the 2016 election – than voters who said they’d stick with Hillary Clinton if they could vote again.

That’s the main takeaway of a new poll from Politico and Morning Consult, which asked both Trump and Clinton voters if, one year after November 2016, they would vote the same way again.

According to a POLITICO/Morning Consult poll conducted on the eve of the first anniversary of Trump’s historic election, 82 percent of those who say they supported Trump last year would vote for him again if they had to do it over. That’s slightly more than those who say they would vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton again — 78 percent — if they had the chance.

Only 7 percent of Trump voters and 8 percent of Clinton voters say they would vote for a different candidate if they could complete their 2016 ballot again.

This tracks with recent polling that seems to confirm Clinton, the twice-vanquished presidential candidate, has a lower approval rating than Trump, despite Trump experiencing some historic lows in presidential approval.

An August 2017 NBC/WSJ poll found 30 percent of Americans have a “very” (13 percent) or “somewhat” (17 percent) positive view of Clinton, compared to 36 percent for Trump.

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Anita Hill Slams Joe Biden
By NTK Staff | 11.22.2017 @2:30pm

Anita Hill Slams Joe Biden

The sexual harassment accuser criticized the former senator and vice president for his role in her Senate Judiciary Committee.

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