Nearly a third of Republicans now view Trump as 'unfavorable': Pew https://t.co/gOQjZGAqCp
— Insider Politics (@insiderpolitics) July 24, 2023
From Insider Politics:
According to the poll, conducted between July 10 and 16, the share of Republican and Republican-leaning independents who view the former president as “unfavorable” has risen from 24% in 2022 to 32% in 2023.
The poll also found that Trump’s “favorable” rating amongst Republican and Republican-leaning independents has decreased over the past year, going from 75% to 66%.
The Pew survey found that Democrats’ view of the former president hasn’t shifted over the past year: 91% of Democrats found Trump “unfavorable” in 2022 as well as 2023.
And yet, according to the FiveThirtyEight average of major polls, Trump has a huge lead over the rest of the GOP contenders, garnering an average of 50.8% support in national polls.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis comes in second with a distant average of 19.4% support.
A recent poll from Monmouth University found that 36 % of U.S. adults had a favorable opinion of the former president and 63% held an unfavorable view.
"A Monmouth University poll found that 36% of U.S. adults had a favorable opinion of Trump and 63% held an unfavorable view…It appears that Trump's unpopularity has hit its highest level in the history of Monmouth polling the question…"https://t.co/UtDcxySNYe
— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) July 21, 2023