Trump Loses His Voter Base

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Former President Trump’s favorability rating appears to have hit the lowest level they have been since 2015. This is only a few weeks after he announced his campaign to regain the White House in 2024.

According to a new Quinnipiac University Poll released on Wednesday around a third of registered voters, or 31 percent said that they held a favorable view of Trump. On the opposite side, 59 percent said that they viewed him unfavorably.

This is the lowest favorability rating that Trump has received in a Quinnipiac poll since July 2015. At the time he had just announced that he would be running for the White House in 2016.

Within the Republican party, the former President still has 70 percent favorability, but that figure is also one of the lowest rates that he has had from within the party since 2016.

Trump officially launched his third presidential campaign around a week after the midterm elections. Many blame Trump for the disappointing results of the election as many of his endorsed candidates failed to secure wins in key races.

According to the Quinnipiac poll, around 70 percent of all voters, and 38 percent of Republican voters specifically, have noted that they did not want Trump as a presidential candidate in 2024.