A new national poll, released today, asks this question:
Which of these statements describes you best? [I support President Trump, and there’s almost nothing that could change that/ I support President Trump right now, but I’m open to changing my mind if things change later/ I neither support or oppose President Trump/ I oppose President Trump right now, but I’m open to changing my mind if things change later/ I oppose President Trump, and there’s almost nothing that could change that/ Unsure]
and gets these answers:
|Support Trump, won’t change||34%|
|Support Trump, could change later||8%|
|Neither support nor oppose Trump||2%|
|Oppose Trump, could change later||3%|
|Oppose Trump, won’t change||53%|
So, almost everybody, even the lip readers, has an opinion on Trump.
A decisive majority of the country has made up its mind to vote against Trump.
And 42 percent of the country support Trump, but a fifth of those folks say they could see changing their minds.