Thursday, December 14, 2017

UPDATE. Trump continues to tank in Iowa, disapproval rating jumps 11 percentage points to 60%

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
  1. rural voters (64 percent) 
  2. evangelical Christians (60 percent)
  3. residents of Iowa’s 4th Congressional District (55 percent) 
  4. Iowans ages 35-54 (51 percent) 
  5. men (50 percent)

Related post:
Gallup UPDATE. Trump approval rating shrivels since Inauguration Day.  (2/11/2017)

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