Clearly, women in Iowa are repulsed by Trump, if not the GOP brand itself.
Iowa Poll: 60 percent of Iowans disapprove of Donald Trump's job performance. (Des Moines Register, 12/13/2017)
“He’s not really a leader,” said Diana Fern, 56, a homebirth midwife from Fairfield. “Because he doesn’t have experience, he’s not really leading. I feel like he’s reacting to situations, and he hasn’t really stated a clear vision. And I think his integrity is in question.”
Original 2/25/2017 post, "Looks like as many as 150,000 Iowa voters could have a case of buyers' remorse", starts here.
Trump won Iowa with 51.8% of the vote compared to Clinton's 42.2%.
Note: Disapproval rates for Democrats and Republicans are placeholders, as the article doesn't include these percentages or provide a link to the cross-tabs.
Iowa Poll: Trump's approval rating is underwater with Iowans. (Des Moines Register, 2/14/2017)
Beyond his wide support among Republicans, Trump enjoys strong approval ratings from
- rural voters (64 percent)
- evangelical Christians (60 percent)
- residents of Iowa’s 4th Congressional District (55 percent)
- Iowans ages 35-54 (51 percent)
- men (50 percent)
Related post:Gallup UPDATE. Trump approval rating shrivels since Inauguration Day. (2/11/2017)