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ABC Poll: 67 Percent Disapprove of Trump's Twitter Use

ABC Poll: 67 Percent Disapprove of Trump's Twitter Use
(AP)

By    |   Monday, 17 July 2017 09:00 AM EDT

Sixty-seven percent of Americans disapprove of how President Donald Trump conducts himself on Twitter, according to a new poll from ABC News/The Washington Post. 

The results, according to the poll:

  • 57 percent said the more they heard about Trump the less they like him.
  • 29 percent said the more they heard the more they like him.
  • 70 percent said his behavior since taking office is "unpresidential."
  • 24 percent said it is "fitting and proper."

Almost half of Republicans find his conduct unpresidential, as do Protestants and the majority of non-college-educated white men.

  • 38 percent of Republicans called his actions unpresidential.
  • 48 percent of Protestants said the same.
  • 55 percent of white men without college degrees also said the same.

The word most commonly associated with Trump's tweeting is "inappropriate," followed by "insulting" and "dangerous."

Langer Research Associates conducted the poll on behalf of ABC News and the Washington Post, calling 1,001 American adults from July 10-13, with a margin of error of  plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.

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