A new poll by CNN/ORC International finds that while Trump’s boorish behavior is often a given, his critics are just as quick to denounce it.
The poll found that a staggering 62 percent of Republicans and 66 percent of independents say they have a “very unfavorable” view of Trump.
Among Republicans, 59 percent of that group said they had a “fair or unfavorable” opinion of Trump, while 41 percent of Democrats have a negative opinion.
Meanwhile, a whopping 87 percent of Democratic and Democratic-leaning independents have an unfavorable opinion of him.
The survey also found that 56 percent of Republican and Republican-leaning Democrats have an “unfavorable” view, compared to 42 percent of GOP voters.
The CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll was conducted between August 16 and 22 among a random sample of 1,004 adults nationwide.
It has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.
*TRUMP LIKES TRUMP: GOP base on ‘totally unfair’ attack on CNN reporter // Breitbart News // Steve Kopack – August 22, 2017* In recent days, a flurry of attacks have been lobbed at CNN, the network which has a longstanding and long-standing relationship with President Donald Trump.
One of the most high-profile of these attacks is the accusation that the network is biased against him.
Trump, for his part, has repeatedly accused the network of being a liberal mouthpiece for Democrats.
But, as has been noted, there are serious problems with this accusation, particularly given that the most recent CNN/WMUR poll has found that 63 percent of Trump’s voters have a favorable opinion of the network.
While this poll has some limitations, it is a good indicator of the level of public support that the president enjoys among voters, particularly in the wake of his brutal treatment of a federal judge.
This is not a new problem, as Trump has repeatedly stated that he does not respect the “political” press and that he will not accept anything but “the facts.”
On Thursday, Trump tweeted, “CNN just said I am biased against them, but they have no proof!”
He added, “It’s completely unfair!”
On Tuesday, Trump told the New York Times, “I have no idea who they are.
I have never heard of them.
They just don’t care about me.”
CNN, on the other hand, has had a long-term relationship with the Trump administration, including providing him with the coverage that he so desperately needed.
And as The Hill reported on Monday, CNN was one of the first outlets to break the story of Trump calling the president of Mexico “a nasty guy.”
The White House has repeatedly claimed that CNN is biased because it favors Democrats, even though CNN has consistently reported that Trump is overwhelmingly popular among Republicans.
A CNN poll from earlier this year found that 85 percent of respondents had a favorable view of CNN, while just 8 percent of CNN voters had an unfavorable view.
That same poll also found Trump is very popular with Democrats, with a 91 percent favorable rating.
A poll by The Hill also found in March that 68 percent of registered voters thought the president is a “great leader.”
CNN did not respond to The Hill’s request for comment.
*GOP leaders are pushing back against criticism of CNN // Fox News – August 21, 2017 * The ‘Trump-is-the-bad guy’ movement has emerged as the latest GOP leadership figure to criticize President Donald J. Trump.
In a letter to the leaders of the Senate Republican Conference, Senator Jeff Flake, a Republican from Arizona, and Senator Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, said the president’s criticism of the press has been “outrageous” and said that Republicans should not “accept any kind of press coverage as ‘fair or unfair.'”
The letter was signed by Republican senators Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake and was signed “with mutual approval” of Speaker Paul Ryan and the majority leader Mitch McConnell.
“You are wrong about the press,” Flake and Graham wrote.
“The press has treated Donald Trump with the contempt and derision it deserves.”
Flake and others who have spoken out against Trump have also come under attack from some Democrats, including Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont.
“I don’t think the press should be a political party,” Sanders said in a statement.
“That’s why we need a third party to take on the big money interests and the billionaire class that dominate our political system.” Flake,