After what Donald Trump announced that he would run for the presidencydifferent companies, media and institutions have undertaken the task of launching surveys of registered voters and the results have left more than one surprised, including surely the ex-president who was not favored by the surveys.
The Quinnipiac University applied a survey and found that only 31% of registered voters have a favorable opinion of the former president, while 56% see it as unfavorable.
According to the foreign press, this is Trump’s lowest rating as measured by Quinnipiac since July 2015when 27% of registered voters had a favorable opinion of the real estate mogul just one month after he announced his 2016 presidential bid.
According to Quinnipiac, the numbers are better among registered Republicans. 70% see it in a positive waybut that number is also the lowest among Republican voters since 2016.
The most important question in the survey was if they wanted to see Trump on the Republican ticket in 2024, to which 70% responded in the negative, including 38% of Republicans.
These results make it clear that scandals, like the dinner he had with a group of anti-Semites at his house in Mar-a-Lago, the electoral fraud case, a sexual abuse lawsuit, among others who have been involved are charging him a bill.
It may interest you:
– Trump is mocked on social media for his “important announcement”
– Pyramid scheme promoted by Trump links it to a federal lawsuit
– Russiagate: Trump sues Pulitzer Prize Board for defamation
Source: La Opinion