Gallup: Trump Only Presidential Candidate Viewed Unfavorably by Majority of Americans


#1

According to a new poll released by Gallup on Thursday, Donald Trump is the most unpopular presidential candidate in either party: 56 percent of Americans have an unfavorable view of Trump, while just 34 percent have a favorable view of him.

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Thus the “silent majority”.


#2

Yeah, just saw those numbers also. Does this speak to the staying power of a candidate?


#3

[quote=“shockedcanadian, post:2, topic:47633”]
Yeah, just saw those numbers also. Does this speak to the staying power of a candidate?
[/quote] With his money he can stay as long as he wants.


#4

Kentucky should tell you the “value” of most polls!!:embarrese


#5

I don’t care if they like him or not. I just want them to VOTE for them and he is ahead in all polls as far as that is concerned.


#6

Favorability was the entire reason Obama beat Mitt Romney.

Face it, Trump peaked, your speal about the “silent majority” was all talk.


#7

Come on this is Gallup a polling organization that tries to claim obama has the most favorable numbers all the time. Consider the source. Every other poll has Trump leading the pack with jocking of the other candidates considering the source.


#8

Yes, with a minority. Those polls never ask the question how much everyone who supports someone else likes him.

And there was a poll asking “Whose your second pick”? Trump got less than Bush.