— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) September 15, 2020
A recent poll for Rasmussen shows that President Donald Trump has a strong approval rating from those Americans who have experienced violent protests in their communities.
The poll finds that 42% of likely U.S. votes have had anti-police protests in their communities this summer. Nearly half of them – 48% – say those protests have turned violent.
Among the voters who have experienced violent protests in their communities, 63% strongly approve of the job President Trump is doing, as opposed to 35% who strongly disapprove.
76% of these voters rate violent protests as important to their vote. That includes 54% who say they are very important.
Critics say Democratic leaders only began to speak out against the protests once they saw their poll numbers being affected.
Oh boy. Sounds like the Dem’s plan backfired. Where has most of the violence occurred? Urban areas, which are usually a hotbed of Dem voters.
— John Woods (@redeyebrody) September 15, 2020