In an open question, 64 voters said "strong" was the first word that came to them when they thought of President Trump, while 59 voters said "idiot", 58 said "incompetent", 50 said "liar", and 49 said "president".
A considerable majority of United States voters do not believe President Donald Trump is behaving the way a president is expected to behave and are concerned, a new George Washington University Battleground Poll revealed on Thursday.
"I got them all", Trump said at a Phoenix rally Tuesday night, a reference to how he said he effectively called out hate groups by name. The counter-protesters are not anti-white or anti-Christian. A majority of that group says he's encouraged them deliberately rather than accidentally.
The president has contended there were people fomenting violence on both sides of the conflict in Charlottesville, which began with a demonstration by right-wing groups calling for preservation of a statue of the commander of Confederate armed forces - the rebel side in the American Civil War in the mid-19th century.
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That speech prompted Republican strategist Rick Wilson, a Trump critic, to opine on CNN that the speech was "an astounding chain of lies tied together by lunatic asides by a man who obviously is mentally unstable". Ten percent of survey respondents said they did not know whether to trust Trump or the news media. Heck, 21% said the sun goes around the Earth in a poll past year from NORC at the University of Chicago. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.
The poll surveyed 1,009 registered voters nationwide August 13-17 and included a protocol for reaching mobile phone users.
"Elected on his strength as a deal-maker, but now overwhelmingly considered a divider, President Donald Trump has a big negative job approval rating and low scores on handling racial issues", Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll said in a statement on Wednesday.
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