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Trump's Conviction Polls: Surprising Results and Impact on Support

Trump's Conviction Polls: Surprising Results and Impact on Support

Trump's Conviction Fails to Dent his Support, Shows Post-Trial Polls

In a surprising turn of events, polls conducted immediately after Donald Trump's conviction reveal that his support remains unaffected, with a slight increase in favorability, particularly among independent voters.

Trump's Conviction and its Impact

Donald Trump was convicted on 34 counts in a high-profile political trial. The Democrats had hoped that this would negatively affect his presidential prospects. However, the outcome seems to be contrary to their expectations. A poll carried out by J.L. Partners for the Daily Mail found that 22% of the respondents had a more positive view of Trump following the conviction, compared to 16% who had a more negative view. This implies that the conviction has unexpectedly given Trump a 6 percentage point approval boost.

Independent Voters' Perception

Among independent voters, who are a significant voting group, 20% feel more positive about Trump compared to 16% who feel more negative. The Daily Mail reports that these independent voters largely do not believe that the hush-money case was initiated with the correct motives or that Trump's actions were troubling enough to warrant the charges.

Support from Trump's Base

Among Trump's MAGA supporter base, 54% stated that the ruling had no impact on their support. The guilty verdict solidified the support of 36% of Trump's 2020 voters, while only 6% felt more negative about him. A separate poll by CBS News also found that the conviction had not significantly altered views about Trump.

Future Trials and their Potential Impact

It is yet to be seen whether the upcoming trials against Trump, which pertain to alleged crimes other than payoffs to porn stars, will yield different results. However, the current reaction is unlikely to please the Democrats.

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Final Thoughts

This unexpected turn of events raises questions about the effectiveness of political trials in swaying public opinion. It seems that a conviction doesn't necessarily equate to a loss of support. What are your thoughts on this matter? Do you think these trials will impact Trump's future political prospects? Share your thoughts and this article with your friends. Remember to sign up for the Daily Briefing, which is delivered every day at 6pm.

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