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Poll: 60 Percent Say Trump Not Honest

JM Ashby
Written by JM Ashby

Quinnipiac University has released a new poll that is filled with bad numbers for Trump, but one number in particular stands out to me.

American voters' opinions of some of Trump's personal qualities hit new lows:
- 60 - 35 percent that he is not honest, compared to 55 - 39 not honest March 7;

- 55 - 40 percent that he does not have good leadership skills;

- 57 - 40 percent that he does not care about average Americans;

- 66 - 30 percent that he is not level-headed;

- 66 - 30 percent that he is a strong person;

- 59 - 36 percent that he is intelligent;

- 61 - 35 percent that he does not share their values.

When you reach the 60 percent range, that means people who supported and voted for Trump are beginning to turn against him.

I know it feels like it's been longer, but Trump has only been in office for two months. There are still so many things he can fuck up. The possibilities are nearly limitless.

  • swift_4

    I’m surprised it took two months for the “BLOW IT ALL UP!” crowd to get mad he hasn’t blown it all up.

  • muselet

    It’s just too bad American voters didn’t come to these realizations five months ago or so.


    • Christopher Foxx

      Many did. Voted for him anyway.

      • Scopedog

        Sad but true…

  • I’m surprised the number thinking him dishonest isn’t higher! I think a lot of Drumpf voters knew he was dishonest but voted for him anyway.

    • Draxiar

      I’m just waiting for trumpers to start complaining about all the shit that he campaigned on to affect them.

  • Aynwrong

    All these negative qualities were painfully obvious for the entirety of the presidential campaign and I’m guessing that many of his supporters held these sentiments during the campaign and then they voted for him anyway. So I’m not sure how much significance we should give this.

    – 66 – 30 percent that he is a strong person;

    – 59 – 36 percent that he is intelligent;

    Intelligent?!? Good God!!!…

    I suppose I can get my head around the “strong person” part. As in strong willed. But that’s a quality my 5 year old nephew possesses and frankly I’d be more comfortable if the nephew had control of the nuclear codes. A majority of those polled believing that Trump is intelligent makes me question the majority’s intelligence.