A new national survey reportedly found that both President Donald Trump and the ‘MAGA’ movement he built around him are strongly disliked by a vast majority of the country.
The least favored person or organization in the recent study was the Make America Great Again, or “MAGA,” movement, which gets its name from Trump’s initial campaign slogan.
Only 24% of Americans say they are in favor of the movement, while 45% are against it.
These figures were released at the same time that President Joseph Biden made Trump and his movement the focal point of his reelection campaign launch video on Tuesday.
Only a slim majority of Republicans, or 52%, and 53% of self-described conservatives, think favorably of the MAGA movement.
Just 12% of independents gave the movement a negative rating, and 45% of them said they had negative views of it.
Only a small number of political and demographic groups gave the movement net-positive reviews, with support coming from Republican base members like white, less educated, and rural Americans.
Only one-third of rural Americans expressed positive views of the movement.
White Americans gave the movement the highest grade of any racial category (29% favorable), giving it their support.
The opinions of men over 50 were evenly split, with 36% of them being favorable and 37% being unfavorable.
Additionally, 58% of people who have only completed high school and those who attended technical or vocational schools think favorably of the movement.