96 percent of Trump voters say supporting Trump was the right thing to do

The confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch appears to have validated those voters wishes, which could [be] part of the reason for such a high percentage of voter confidence.

96 percent of Trump voters say supporting Trump was the right thing to do

We Say:  As President Trump closes in on 100 days in office, an overwhelming majority of Americans who voted for him say they don’t regret doing so in 2016.


Republished from Insider.FoxNews.com, April 23, 2017. Image credit: Fox and Friends / not covered by license. Contributor Don Kirchoff.


As President Trump closes in on 100 days in office, an overwhelming majority of Americans who voted for him say they don’t regret doing so.

In a new ABC News-Washington Post poll, 96 percent of Trump voters say supporting the former New York businessman was the right thing to do, while only 2 percent regret their vote.

That poll contrasts with the president’s current approval rating, which sits around 42 percent.

On “Fox & Friends Weekend,” Connell McShane said the wide difference shows voters are willing to give Trump more time to get his agenda through.

McShane said many voters think Trump has not gotten as fair a shake during his “honeymoon period” as previous presidents.

Abby Huntsman pointed out that a large number of voters supported Trump because of his promise to replace late Justice Antonin Scalia with someone of equal jurisprudence.

The confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch appears to have validated those voters wishes, which could part of the reason for such a high percentage of voter confidence.

Next Saturday, Trump will be headlining a rally at the massive arena inside the Pennsylvania Farm Show complex in Harrisburg, Pa. to celebrate his first 100 days.


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