A new Gallup poll shows President Donald Trump’s post-election favorability rating has dropped three points to 42 percent in the past month, the lowest since August. Meanwhile, Biden’s rose 6 points to 55 percent, in part due to a doubling of Republican supporters from 6 percent to 12 percent.
According to a poll conducted Nov. 5-19, Trump’s support fell overall: Republicans in October fell from 95 percent to 89 percent in the same group in November, and 38 percent in October for Independents in October. percent in the same group in November.
The poll also showed that support for Biden increased overall, from 6 percent in October to 12 percent in November among Republicans in October and from 48 percent in October to 55 percent of the same group in November.
The polling organization Gallup said most of the winners of the presidential election will gain momentum in the favor rating after the election. After Trump won the 2016 election, Gallup’s favor rating rose from 34 percent to 42 percent. But even then, since 2000, it has the lowest overall favoritism rating of all presidential election winners.
“Since 2000, the winner’s post-election kindness has reached the majority level in all elections except 2016, when Trump was the most unpopular presidential candidate in the history of Gallup polls,” Gallup explained in his poll results.
Gallup’s poll was chosen to randomly select 1,018 adults over the age of 18 who live in both 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. At least 70 percent of respondents answered by cell phone and 30 percent by landline.
Despite being declared the winner of the November 7 presidential election and having failed, rejected or withdrawn 39 of Trump’s 40 campaign campaigns to destroy the vote in key states, Trump still did not allow Biden.
On the night of November 29, Trump tweeted, “WE NEVER LOST THIS CHOICE!”
On the same day, Trump entered Maria Bartiromo’s Fox News program, claiming that the FBI and the Department of Justice may have been involved in the election against her, claiming without supporting evidence that thousands of dead had voted against her, and also claimed that ” leaders of countries “called him that“ This is the most spoiled choice we have ever seen, ”although he did not say which leaders were supposedly invited.
On Tuesday, November 17, Trump ousted via Twitter Chris Krebs, a former director of the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, who was tasked with maintaining election security.
“There have been huge irregularities and frauds – including voting for the dead, pollers not being allowed into polling stations, ‘mistakes’ in voting machines that have changed … Trump’s votes for Biden, late votes and much more,” Trump wrote in his tweet.
However, in an interview on Sunday television, former Krebs told the news program 60 min“There is no foreign power that would reverse the votes. There is no domestic actor that would reverse the votes. I did well. We did well. We did well. It was a safe choice.”
Newsweek contacted the Trump campaign for comment.