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Majority of American Public Concerned About Trump's Behavior

26 August 2017

The Quinnipiac poll was conducted after the rally in Charlottesville, where white nationalists clashed with counter-protesters, resulting in three deaths and at least 34 injuries.

The QU poll showed that 59 percent of voters believe that the president's decisions and behavior have encouraged white supremacist groups.

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Trump's position was supported by the police chief in Charlottesville, who said there were "mutually combating individuals in the crowd" when fighting broke out on the night of August 11 between torch-bearing right-wing marchers and groups opposed to their presence. Meanwhile, nine in 10 Democrats say they think Trump encouraged white supremacists with his comments and behavior - nearly two-thirds of Democrats say he did so intentionally.

More than half of voters, 55%, said that there is too much prejudice in American society, while 40% said there is too much "political correctness".

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They urged that before enacting a law, the government must solicit the views and opinion of all sections of the community. He described the judgment as the "beginning of a new epoch for women to live with self-respect".

Fifty-six percent of registered voters said Trump has not been an effective president, while 39 percent said he had been. The president's overall approval rating stands at 43 per cent، slightly higher than measurements in most other surveys. Just 38 per cent said they would choose a Republican. Eighty-one percent responded that prejudice against minority groups is either "very serious" or "somewhat serious", and 62% said the same of prejudice toward Jews.

However, 50 percent approve of Trump's handling of the economy, and 52 percent said Trump has been keeping his campaign promises.

Sixty-eight percent of those polled said they concur that Trump's "words and actions could get us accidentally involved in an global conflict".

The poll surveyed 1،009 registered voters nationwide between August 13 and August 17.

Majority of American Public Concerned About Trump's Behavior