Politics Most Americans Do Not Want Trump To Run in 2020

10:06  15 november  2017
10:06  15 november  2017 Source:   newsweek.com

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Most voters are not thrilled by the prospect of eight years of President Donald Trump , with a new poll showing the majority of Americans would like to see a different candidate in 2020 . A November survey conducted for the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication by RABA Research

Most voters are not thrilled by the prospect of eight years of Donald Trump , with a new poll showing the majority of Americans would like to see a different Unsurprisingly, a vast majority of Democrats do not want to see a Trump 2020 bid, with just 16 percent backing a run for a second term for the

President Donald Trump looks on during a bilateral meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the sideline of the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit in Manila on November 13. © Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images Donald Trump Most voters are not thrilled by the prospect of eight years of Donald Trump, with a new poll showing the majority of Americans would like to see a different candidate in 2020. 

A November survey conducted for the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication by RABA Research found that 54 percent of respondents do not feel Trump should run again in 2020, with almost a quarter of Republicans (23 percent) believing their party should pick another presidential hopeful. 

Unsurprisingly, a vast majority of Democrats do not want to see a Trump 2020 bid, with just 16 percent backing a run for a second term for the incumbent president. 

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After Donald Trump won the presidency, albeit not the popular vote, many took to Twitter to say who they want to run in 2020 . Who do many Americans want as their candidate in 2020 ? Michelle Obama.

Most voters are not thrilled by the prospect of eight years of President Donald Trump , with a new poll showing the majority of Americans would like to see a different candidate in 2020 . Trump tweets that Democrats ‘ want to be gentle and kind’ to MS-13 gang in Memorial Day tirade. Raw Story.

"Not many polls have historically asked about re-election so early in a President's term, as favorability tends to drop over time," said University of Delaware's Lindsay Hoffman, director fo the National Agenda Series in a statement on Tuesday. 

"For example, a Gallup poll in early 2010 showed 84 percent of Democrats thought Obama deserved re-election, compared with 10 percent of Republicans. That we are seeing similar numbers so early in Trump's term is surprising," she added.

Trump has faced a number of challenges in the year since his election victory, ranging from the ongoing probe into Russia’s alleged attempt to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, to staffing changes, rumors of infighting, open disagreements with his GOP colleagues and failure to secure adequate backing on his healthcare bill.

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Despite her popularity and lead in a hypothetical matchup against President Donald Trump , a majority of Americans do not want Oprah to seek the highest office in the land. African Americans (63%) and Democrats (47%) are among those who would most like to see Oprah run in 2020 .

More than half of all Americans don't want to see another Trump campaign. Fifty-four percent of respondents told the polling firm they didn't want the former reality television star to run again. Just 28 percent answered "yes" when asked if Trump should give it another go in 2020 .

The survey of 659 people, conducted on November 11, also showed people are unsure on tax reforms being pushed by the president—with just 33 percent backing a reduction in corporate tax, 44 percent opposing such a move and the remainder of people unsure on the issue.

In recent days, Trump also appears to have complicated the tax issue further by calling for additional amendments to the plans—including a push for the tax benefits he believes would come from repealing Obamacare.

On November 13, shortly after the poll was taken, the president tweeted: "I am proud of the Rep. House & Senate for working so hard on cutting taxes [& reform] We're getting close! Now, how about ending the unfair & highly unpopular indiv [sic] Mandate in Ocare & reducing taxes even further? Cut top rate to 35% w/all of the rest going to middle income cuts?"

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