Politics

REPORT: Most Trump Voters Still Have ‘Very Warm’ Feelings For Him Since 2016

Justin Caruso Contributor

A new report from Pew Research Center indicated that many Trump voters still have the same “very warm” feelings after the election in 2016.

According to Pew, in March 2018, 82 percent of people who voted for Trump had warm feelings toward the president — 62 percent said they had “very warm” feelings for him.

These numbers are very close to the numbers from November 2016, when 87 percent has warm feelings, with 63 percent having “very warm” feelings.

LEWIS CENTER, OH – AUGUST 04: President Donald Trump speaks at a rally to show support for Ohio Republican congressional candidate Troy Balderson on August 4, 2018 in Lewis Center, Ohio. Balderson faces Democratic challenger Danny O’Connor for Ohio’s 12th Congressional District on Tuesday. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

These numbers are a major win for Trump, indicating that his core supporters have not left him. (RELATED: Trump Smirks And The Crowd Goes Wild As Protesters Are Escorted Out Of His Rally) 

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