According to a recent SurveyMonkey poll, only 21 percent of young women have a favorable view of Ivanka Trump. The survey asked participants about how they see Trump, his family, and his inner White House circle.
Overall, 39 percent of Americans had a favorable view of Ivanka, with 37 percent saying they had an unfavorable view, and 22 percent saying they didn’t know enough to have an opinion. Melania Trump shared Ivanka’s favorability while having a slightly smaller unfavorable rating, though Melania’s “doesn’t know enough to say” percentage was slightly higher than Ivanka’s percentage.
When divided by age and gender, the percentages changed drastically. 18- to 34-year-old women disliked Ivanka the most, at 52 percent disapproval. 65+ year-old women had the highest favorability of Ivanka, at 45 percent; they also had the lowest number of women who didn’t know enough about Ivanka, at 13 percent. 26 percent of 18-34 year olds did not know enough about her.
Among men, the favorability ratings were higher across the board: 32 percent among 18-34 year olds, 48 percent among 34-64 year olds, and 53 percent among 65+ year olds. Young men still displayed the highest unfavorable ratings compared to the other two age groups.
Unsurprisingly, party affiliation turned the split into night and day. Republicans displayed a 67 percent favorability rating for Ivanka, while Democrats displayed a 9 percent favorability rating. Republican women between the ages of 34 and 64 displayed over 80 percent favorability of Trump, Melania, and Ivanka. Younger Republican women diversified their positive views of Trump (71 percent), Melania 60 percent), and Ivanka (67 percent).
When it came to Trump’s inner circle, the numbers were all around atrocious. Stephen Bannon, who recently lost his position on the National Security Council, displayed a 20 percent favorability among Americans overall. But it was Kellyanne Conway, Counselor to the President, who received the highest unfavorable rating, 47 percent to be precise (Sean Spicer received the closest unfavorable rating, at 45 percent.) White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus received the highest “doesn’t know enough to say” percentage at 39 percent.
This survey comes as Ivanka was disclosed as being an influencer in Trump’s decision to bomb the Syrian airfield. She has also become an assistant to the President, defending herself against claims that she’s “complicit” in her father’s administration.
“Where I disagree with my father, he knows it, and I express myself with total candor,” she said in an interview with CBS. “Where I agree, I fully lean in and support the agenda and hope that I can be an asset to him and make a positive impact.” .
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Source: Red Alert Politics
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