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NBC Poll: Millennials Don't Approve of Trump, But They Can Be Swayed

NBC Poll: Millennials Don't Approve of Trump, But They Can Be Swayed
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By    |   Monday, 01 January 2018 10:30 PM

A recent poll showed millennials are not fans of President Donald Trump, but there are ways he can woo them over to his corner.

NBC News spoke with several Americans in the crucial 18-34 age group one month after the same demographic concluded they do not like the president.

Julio Carmona, a 32-year-old Democrat, told NBC he could vote for either party under different circumstances. Trump, he said, needs to continue focusing on job creation. Another millennial, 32-year-old lawyer Banty Patel, said she is a Republican and would like Trump to keep pushing Americans to buy American, rather than Chinese-made products.

Georgia Republican Taylor Smith, 23, said Trump needs to change his messaging.

"He has what it takes to actually turn the country around, give us jobs . . . but what he really needs to do is just stop calling other leaders 'little rocket men,'" Smith said, alluding to what Trump often calls North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

The NBC poll results released in early December found 63 percent of millennials either strongly or somewhat disapprove of the job Trump is doing. Twenty-two percent said they strongly or somewhat approve of his job performance.

According to the Pew Research Center, the majority of millennials identify as or lean toward Democrats.

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