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Public Policy Polling Goes Trolling, Discovers That Hillary Voters Still Don’t Like Trump Very Much

Posted by on Fri, Apr 28, 2017 at 10:45 AM

In response to a series of polls of Trump voters—surprise, most of them approve of the job he’s doing—the Raleigh-based Public Policy Polling firm conducted a survey of Hillary Clinton voters. The results are basically what you’d expect.

Among Clinton voters, Donald Trump has a 6 percent approval rating (who are those people exactly?) and a 7 percent favorability rating (same question). Only 2 percent believe Trump has made America great again, and just 7 percent think Trump should keep white nationalist Steve Bannon on his staff. About a third of Clinton voters would rather see Vice President Mike Pence take over, and 82 percent would like Congress to keep and fix the Affordable Care Act. Ninety percent, meanwhile, think Trump should release his tax returns.

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