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With 100 Days Behind Him, Majority Of Trump Voters Would Support Him Again

President Donald Trump has reached a major landmark in his first term: his first 100 days. Recent polls show that nine out of 10 people who voted for him would vote for him again today if they could do it all over. One group of survey participants was asked what animal the president reminds them of, and they say he is like a lion.

Looks Like Mr. Trump is still king of the jungle, at least where his supporters are concerned. While his approval rating is a dismal 43 percent nationwide, according to Gallup, it's at a healthy 93 percent for those who voted for him. It seems very few Trump supporters are experiencing 'buyer's remorse'.

A poll by University of Virginia's Center for Politics / Public Opinion Strategies said 42 percent of Trump voters 'strongly' approve of the POTUS, and 51 percent 'somewhat' approve.

A focus group was asked what animal the president reminds them of. A few mammals were thrown around: tiger, dog, elephant, badger and weasel, to name a few. But the one most agreed on was that Trump is like a 'lion'.

Some 78 percent of Trump voters said they do plan to back the Republican party in the 2018 elections. Nineteen percent weren't sure, and two percent said they plan to vote for Democratic party candidates.

Some problems his loyal supporters do have with him is that the president uses twitter too much. His tweets are turning off his fans.

The failure to repeal and replace Obamacare has also hurt him slightly. Many were disappointed when his first attempt at a GOP bill collapsed.

Trump supporters also complained that they felt bullied and intimidated by Clinton supporters during the election. "There was a lot of silent people. A lot of people did not talk. Everybody was afraid to talk, because they were afraid that there was someone who was going to beat you up, or my dad is one," said one female Trump supporter from Pittsburgh. "He's a very strong Christian, and he just, he would not tell anybody, but he was for Trump 100 per cent. But he was afraid. It was a fear."

Source: Mail Online
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