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Harvard Poll: 66% of Millennials Disapprove of President Trump

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By    |   Tuesday, 25 Apr 2017 09:37 PM

A majority of millennials disapprove of the President Donald Trump's job performance, a Harvard online poll showed Tuesday.

In the Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics survey, 66 percent of 18- to 29-year-olds disapprove of the president's leadership, while 32 percent approve.

Asked to give the president a letter grade for his work so far in the White House, 41 percent gave Trump an "F," 15 percent gave him a "D," 14 percent offered a "C," 18 percent said he had earned a "B," and 10 percent gave him an "A."

The younger generation is disapproving of the president's use of Twitter as well, the survey found; 68 percent said Trump's use of the social media platform is "not appropriate," 11 percent said it was appropriate, and 20 percent were unsure.

The millennials were generally disapproving of members of Congress: 54 disapproved of Democrats, and 69 percent felt that way about Republicans, the survey found.

The Harvard Kennedy School's Institute of Politics conducted its latest survey of 2,654 18- to 29-year-olds via online interviews from March 10-24. It has a 2.7 percent margin of error.

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