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Politics Poll: Majority of Republicans think Trump a better president than Lincoln

05:55  30 november  2019
05:55  30 november  2019 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

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A majority of Republicans believe President Trump is a better leader than Abraham Lincoln, who guided the nation through the Civil War.

Donald Trump, Abraham Lincoln are posing for a picture© Provided by Washington Examiner

The Economist and YouGov conducted a poll from Nov. 24-26 of 1,500 American adults. In the wide-ranging poll, researchers asked Americans to compare Trump to past U.S. presidents.

Fifty-three percent of Republicans said that Trump is a better president than Lincoln. For Democrats and Independents, Lincoln is considered to have been the better president with 94% and 78%, respectively.

Republican adults were the only segment polled that considered Trump to be a better president than Lincoln.

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A survey conducted by the research company Qualtrics showed that 52% of Republican voters

Of course, just 21 percent of Republicans think Trump is a racist. Then again, we learned this week that nearly 40 percent of those in the Party of Lincoln And then, when hundreds of Ku Klux Klan members, Neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and those who think it's a good idea to march alongside

Researchers conducted the poll days after House Democrats wrapped up the first round of public hearings in the impeachment proceedings into Trump. Democrats may decide to conduct more hearings after Thanksgiving or pass impeachment articles against the president, which would lead to a trial in the Senate.

The public hearings have done little to shift Americans’ thoughts on impeachment. Public opinion has remained split largely along party lines.

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