Poll shows Trump supporters plan to back him even if convicted | Fox 11 Tri Cities Fox 41 Yakima

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Published Mar 31, 2024
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Policy Leaning Analysis

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 100% Conservative:

  • 1 positive sentiment and 17 negative sentiments for Trump Impeachment.


Politician Portrayal Analysis:

This article includes the following Politician Portrayal sentiments, providing an average sentiment of 0% Neutral and bias score of -100% Liberal:

3 negative sentiments and 6 positive sentiments for Joe Biden
21 negative sentiments and 6 positive sentiments for Donald Trump


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Trump Impeachment

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Joe Biden
Donald Trump

Sentiments

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32% "Biden tends to beat Trump on questions of character - around honesty, trustworthy and other personal virtues.""
-8% "Trump is the first former president to be indicted.""
-18% "If a verdict comes down against Trump, Republicans will line up behind him.""
-24% "The big concern for Trump isn't the verdict itself.""
-34% "Some 5% said they'd vote for a third-party candidate if Trump was convicted.""
-34% "Trump faces state charges in New York and Georgia.""
-38% "But when Trump and his allies start pushing their own messaging and voters consider the alternative, his wayward supporters tend to come back.""
-40% "Among likely Republican voters, 14% expect Trump will be convicted, while 66% said no conviction and 20% were unsure.""
-42% "Some 35% of likely voters think that Trump will be convicted of a felony.""
-44% "Most early general election polling has shown Trump with a slight edge over Biden.""

We have listed the top 10 sentiments. More sentiments do exist. Please review the full article for more information.


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

66% : "Biden tends to beat Trump on questions of character - around honesty, trustworthy and other personal virtues.
46% : Trump is the first former president to be indicted.
41% : "If a verdict comes down against Trump, Republicans will line up behind him.
38% : "The big concern for Trump isn't the verdict itself.
33% : Some 5% said they'd vote for a third-party candidate if Trump was convicted.
33% : Trump faces state charges in New York and Georgia.
31% : But when Trump and his allies start pushing their own messaging and voters consider the alternative, his wayward supporters tend to come back.
30% : Among likely Republican voters, 14% expect Trump will be convicted, while 66% said no conviction and 20% were unsure.
29% : Some 35% of likely voters think that Trump will be convicted of a felony.
28% : "Most early general election polling has shown Trump with a slight edge over Biden.
27% : In that hush money case, Trump pleaded not guilty in April 2023 to 34 felony counts related to charges he paid off Stormy Daniels through a lawyer before the 2016 presidential election and covered it up as a legal expense.
22% : "Trump is ahead in this election in part because it's being fought on issues where he beats Biden - like the border," Byler said.
21% : Over and over again, we've seen Trump temporarily lose voters during a scandal.
21% : As he prepares to campaign against President Joe Biden, Trump faces 88 felony charges spread across four cases in Florida, Georgia, New York and Washington.
19% : Two percent of Trump backers said they'd support Biden if Trump were convicted.
16% : "Trump may not retain 100% of his voters if convicted - but the final number may be even higher than the roughly eight in ten we see here," Byler said.More likely voters than not think Trump will not be convicted of any of the charges he faces in four separate indictments.
11% : The Center Square's Voters' Voice Poll shows Trump beating Biden 46%-45% with likely voters, within the poll's +-2% marging of error.
10% : "Another 9% of Trump backers said they were unsure of how they'd vote if Trump was convicted.

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