Pew Research Center conducted a poll to gauge Americans' feelings about President Trump. Responses to one open-ended question indicated:
46% of Republicans expressed mixed feelings, while 19% say they do not like his conduct; 34% say they like the way he conducts himself as president. Among Democrats, 89% have a negative view of Trump’s conduct.
One 30-year-old man who approves of Trump stated, "I wish he would stop tweeting," while a 63-year-old woman supporter elaborated saying, "his constant, immature tweets make him sound like a twit and just provide ammunition for the opposition."
Interesting that even those who approve of him have (largely, w exceptions) critical things to say about him.— Jennifer Diascro (@JustJen2015) October 7, 2017
But also that those who disapproved found positive things to mention— Mammondy (@Mammondy) October 7, 2017
The positive comments make me despair for America. Hard to imagine having a civil conversation with them. The willful ignorance- stunning.— Richard Laya (@rjlaya) October 8, 2017
I can't help but notice the glaring differences in eloquence or lack thereof.— timegeek (@timegeek) October 8, 2017
Yeah but some still said there was nothing - I’m personally surprised ppl who didn’t approve managed to still come up with something— Mammondy (@Mammondy) October 7, 2017
The total sample from the poll cited 1,893 participants, 798 who identify as Republican and 966 who identify as Democratic. Showing that Trump is losing Americans' confidence, even from his supporters.