Majority Of Americans Say Trump Unfit For Office

Majority Of Americans Say Trump Unfit For Office

- President Donald Trump is not "fit to serve as president", American voters say 56 - 42 percent, and voters disapprove 57 - 36 percent of the job he is doing as president. 60 percent of Hispanic voters said Trump was not up to the job while 40 percent said he was. The survey results signaled that a majority of voters disapproved of Trump's social media habits or his handling of race relations.

The numbers keep getting worse for President Donald Trump.

The nation is more divided over kneeling protests this year: 55 percent of voters see kneeling during the national anthem as inappropriate.

Breaking down the data, there was a profound partisan and gender split over Trump's fitness for office.

The anti-Twitter sentiment remains high as voters say 69 - 26 percent that Trump should stop tweeting.

The August 3 national poll found USA voters say 68-27% let transgender people serve; voters disapprove 5-1 of GOP handling of health care.

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Voters disapprove by a two-to-one margin, 62-32 percent, how Trump is handling race relations.

The exception, according to Quinnipiac researchers, is that a considerable majority of Republican voters surveyed, 84 percent, said he is fit for the office.

A poll completed between September 10 and 12 by Economists/YouGov shows approval ratings for Republican Congressional leaders are languishing at or near all-time lows, even among their own party. It isn't just that most Americans don't approve of the job he's doing, a solid majority says he isn't even fit to be president and a slim majority even says they're embarrassed about it. Thirteen percent said the top priority should be deporting all people living in the US illegally.

The survey was taken as Senate Republicans launched a last-ditch and ultimately unsuccessful effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act with legislation that the Congressional Budget Office would leave millions of additional Americans without health care and cut Medicaid by billions of dollars.

The July 27 New York City poll found more voters blame Cuomo for poor subways; Cuomo-de Blasio feud hurts city, voters say.

Assistant poll director, Tim Malloy said "There is no upside". The poll carries a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points. By Sept. 26, the president had tweeted criticism of National Football League players 21 different times over the span of three days, according to Yahoo News.

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