Trump Holds On To His Base But Loses Independents As His Approval Numbers Plummet Among Centrist Voters

Independent voters who will make or break Trump's next bid and could hand over control of the legislative branch to Democrats in 2018 are unhappy

  • They are no longer confident that he can turn around the economy

  • Republicans overwhelmingly support him still, despite scandals 

  • By Francesca Chambers, White House Correspondent For

    Published: 09:24 EDT, 28 June 2017 | Updated: 10:44 EDT, 28 June 2017


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