A majority of likely voters continue to hold a favorable impression of former President Donald Trump, according to a new Rasmussen Reports survey.
A total of 52% of the respondents said they had a favorable impression of Trump — including 33% who have a very favorable view of him, Rasmussen Reports found.
The survey said 47% of voters viewed Trump unfavorably, including 38% who had a very unfavorable impression of the former president.
Rasmussen on Thursday said the findings almost exactly reflected Trump’s final job approval ratings in January 2021.
Opinions of Trump largely were divided along party lines, with 63% of Republican voters having a very favorable impression of the former president, and 68% of Democrats having a very unfavorable of him.
More voters (37%) unaffiliated with either major party had an unfavorable impression of Trump compared to 24% with a very favorable view.
A majority (52%) of Democrat voters said they believed most Trump supporters are racist, an opinion shared by 12% of Republicans and 26% of unaffiliated voters.
That opinion was most prevalent among voters who viewed the Black Lives Matter movement favorably. Among those who had a very favorable impression of BLM, 65% believed most Trump supporters are racist. Continue reading at Newsmax.