Pew Survey Claims 1 in 5 Trump Voters Have Soured

RUSH: The Pew Center for the People and the Press, they went out there and they did an extensive survey of people that voted for Trump.

You know what they found? "Trump's Core Support Remains Solid, But," dot, dot, dot, "a Significant Minority of Republicans Have Soured, Study Finds -- President Trump's backing from his core supporters has been famously solid... But that steadfast backing coexists with a less positive fact for the president.


RUSH: Back to the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press and their survey. They went and they talked to Trump voters, and they found that "solid core of support" remains for Trump among those who voted for him. However, 20%, "early one in five Trump voters from 2016 have soured on him since he took office," and of course, this is "according to the nonpartisan Pew Research Center." This is a survey of 3,014 voters.

They "took part in a panel that was questioned three times during 2016 and then again in 2018. Each time, they were asked to rate their feelings about Trump on a 0-to-100 scale. Because the same people were questioned each time, pollsters could track which individuals changed their minds about Trump. Based on that, Pew put Trump’s voters into one of four categories..."

Enthusiasts, converts... Let's see. Enthusiasts, converts... Da-da-da-da-da. Well, that's two of them. Anyway; so they're trying to make the case here that it's happening that people that voted for Trump starting to sour on him, starting to get embarrassed of him -- and it's always about the tweets. It's about the tweets and the separation at the border.

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