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08 March 2020 - 16:19
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A majority of Americans dislike the way President Donald Trump conducts himself while in office, according to a Pew Research Center survey.

RNA - The poll found that 53% of Americans don't like the way Trump acts as commander in chief, while 15% do. Thirty percent of people have "mixed feelings", according to USA News.

However, those percentages vary widely along party lines. While 85% of Democrats disapprove of Trump's conduct and just 1% approve, 31% of Republicans like the way Trump acts. Sixteen percent don't like Trump's behavior, but most, 50%, have mixed feelings.

When it comes to Trump's behavior and personality, 80% of Americans believe he is self-centered, with 73% of Republicans and 87% of Democrats saying so. More than half, 59%, of Americans, believe he is prejudiced. However, just 35% of Republicans feel that way compared to 79% of Democrats.

The least percentage of Democrats, 6%, believe that the president is morally upstanding, compared to 62% of Republicans. This is closely followed by 7% of Democrats who think Trump is honest, compared to 71% of Republicans.

While 87% of Republicans believe Trump is fighting for what they believe in, just 14% of Democrats say the same, the survey found.

The survey also found that 34% of Americans agree with Trump on no issues or very few issues. That percentage almost doubles among Democrats, with 62% saying they agree with the president on few issues.

Just 3 percent of Republicans say the same. Most Republicans, 42%, agree with Trump on many issues, but not all, while 38% agree with nearly every issue.

Among Democrats, just 3% say they agree with Trump on all issues.


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