Majority of US Voters Trump Value Is Not an Example for Children

The majority of American voters believe that President Donald Trump is not an acceptable example of children, according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll.

Although 90 percent of respondents rate it is important for a president to be a good example, Trump's position in the eyes of the voters is 67 percent (which judge Trump is not a good example) versus 29 percent.

Trump's value is low in the eyes of every age group, education, gender, race and political party, except in Republicans where Trump is a member.

Seventy-two percent of Republicans say Trump is a good example for children, while 22% feel the opposite.

Fifty-four percent of white voters who do not pass the university – the main base of Trump voters – say the president is not be a good role model for children, while 41% feel the opposite.

This Trump rating is almost as bad as questions about leadership morale. Sixty-three percent of voters believe Trump does not provide guidance, compared to 33 percent who feel otherwise.

The exception is the Republican voters who feel he is a good moral leader. Non-college white voters are equally divided on this question.

With a margin of 58 to 36 percent, voters do not approve of Trump's performance, which in 12 consecutive months shows a negative value. But 86% of Republicans rated Trump's performance good, and only 9% rated otherwise. The white voters who do not have higher education and support Trump's performance reach 50%, while 42% vice versa.

"Stagnant number of voters who support Trump's performance, low values ​​for most characters and the fact that if parents look for exemplary figures "It's just 27% of American voters who say they are proud of Trump, while 53% say they are embarrassed, or mean two to one," says Assistant Director of Quinnipiac University.

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Voters Worry With Trump, Optimistic With The Economy

A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows 53 percent of American voters think President Donald Trump is smart, but 57 percent say he is not suitable for president.

Quinnipiac released the results of this poll on Wednesday (10/1) after conducted a survey of 1,106 voters across America. The poll was conducted on 5 to 9 January by interview. The organizer calls the respondent on a regular phone and mobile phone in an attempt to obtain a sample that actually represents the population.

When asked to rate the first year of Trump's performance, 43 percent gave him A, B or C. While 56 percent gave him a D or F. As much as 39 percent gave him F.

Contrary to the president's claim that he was a "very good genius," 69 percent of respondents thought Trump was not a coolhead, while 28 percent disagreed. As many as 57 percent of respondents said Trump did not have the same value as them, but 59 percent said the president was a strong opinion. While 39 percent of respondents disagreed.

Concerning the country's economy, 66 percent of respondents said the economy was excellent or good, up from 63 percent last month. A total of 66 per cent are the highest positive ratings for the economy since Quinnipiac University started polling in 2001.

About 33 per cent say the economy is not so good or bad. 37 per cent of respondents say Trump's policy helps the state economy, while 29 per cent say Trump is harming economic, and 30 percent of Trump government policies have no impact. [ps/jm]