Politics Poll: 67% disapprove of Trump's tweets

01:45  18 july  2017
01:45  18 july  2017 Source:   usatoday.com

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A majority of Americans do not approve of how President Trump uses his favorite social media platform, according to a new poll out Monday.

The ABC News/Washington Post poll found that 67% of Americans disapprove of the president's use of Twitter.

Those surveyed were also more likely to associate negative words with Trump's tweets:

  • 68% said the tweets were inappropriate
  • 65% said the tweets were insulting
  • 52% said the tweets were dangerous

They were less likely to associate positive words with his tweets:

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

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  • 21% said the tweets were refreshing
  • 41% said the tweets were interesting
  • 36% said the tweets were effective

The poll surveyed a random sampling of 1,001 adults around the country from July 10-13. It has an error margin of 3.5%. Per the poll, 35% Democrats, 23% Republicans and 35% independents were surveyed.

The poll comes as the six-month mark of Trump's presidency approaches this week. The president's term in office has been a tumultuous ride, ranging from his temporary Muslim ban to his firing of FBI Director James Comey to the ongoing investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

Only 24% of those surveyed said they believed Trump had acted in a manner that is "fitting and proper of a president." Another 70% said he had acted unpresidential.

The survey also found that 68% did not think the president was a positive role model for young people.

Read the poll results here.

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