Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

News

Poll: Trump Most Popular US Politician

Former President Donald Trump is the most popular politician in the United States, according to a poll released Friday by Harvard CAPS Harris.

More than a quarter of registered voters said they viewed Trump very favorably, meaning that 42% of registered voters have “Favorable” or “Very favorable” views of the former president.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) polled second to Trump with 40% of respondents viewing him favorably or very favorably.

Former Vice President Mike Pence came in third with 39% of those polled stating that they had a positive view.

At least half of all voters have disapproved of Trump since shortly after he became president. The Harvard poll showed his disapproval rating is at 50%, which is tied with Vice President Kamala Harris.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is the second least-favorable politician to American voters with 57% of voters expressing an unfavorable opinion of her.

Looking toward the 2024 presidential elections, Trump beat President Biden and Harris In hypothetical races.

Possible GOP presidential candidate Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis may have a difficult time beating Harris, as the hypothetical matchup shows her ahead by 2%.

Less than 30% of voters want Biden to run again, with 71% saying he should not run for a second term in office. However, six in 10 voters said Trump should not run for another term.

89 Comments
  • Solange Silverman says:

    If 40% of voters still view Bernie as “favorable,” they have still not truly woken up. What’s it gonna take, I wonder?

  • Trending Today

    News

    A number of IRS employees, current and former, have been indicted by the Department of Justice for allegedly attempting to steal COVID-19 relief funds...

    News

    At a Democrat fundraiser held Thursday night at the New York City home of James Murdoch, Joe Biden warned the United States is on...

    News

    Republican Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse is retiring from Congress “to pursue another opportunity in higher education,” a former aide reported Thursday. First elected to...

    News

    A top Florida state official warned Thursday that firefighters have battled a number of fires caused by electric vehicle (EV) batteries waterlogged from Hurricane...

    >