#126: The Smoking Poll

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#126: The Smoking Poll

No matter how you slice it, it's getting hot in Washington. Check out our latest & tweet us @ksoltisanderson @margieomero or @thepollsters. Poll of the Week: Smoker Discrimination Gallup: A majority of American smokers believe they are discriminated against http://bit.ly/2tHeBmU This Week in Trump HuffPost: Trump approval ratings http://bit.ly/2jBmTwz WaPo/ABC: Since Spring, public opinion of Trump has continued to diminish http://wapo.st/2udeBgk Monmouth: More than half of Americans think the Trump team’s meeting with a Russian lawyer was inappropriate. http://bit.ly/2uAWbJi Morning Consult/Politico: New poll shows that a majority of voters are think Trump, Jr.’s meeting was inappropriate. http://politi.co/2tpzOXm Bloomberg: Voter opinion on Trump’s success regarding domestic and foreign policies http://bit.ly/2uDmNIQ Gallup: Americans disapprove of Donald Trump because of his personality and character http://bit.ly/2vCG7n2 WaPo/ABC: Majority of voters view Trump’s actions as “unpresidential” http://wapo.st/2vFydco Echelon Insights/Medium: Narrow plurality of Trump Country voters support Trump’s “Solar Wall” http://bit.ly/2tH1mTa Trump Country/Midterms PPP: A plurality of those who approve of Trump say they would still approve if he shot someone on 5th Avenue http://bit.ly/2u4Ylhp NBC News/WSJ: Broad support for Trump’s policies in Trump Counties, though voters are less supportive of President Trump’s personal styles http://nbcnews.to/2tGjnkt WaPo/ABC: Voters prefer to have Democrats control Congress after 2018, but Republicans are motivated to show up at the polls http://wapo.st/2u8OsiM CEF/Brilliant Corners: Some Obama voters voted against Clinton in protest and do not regret their choice http://bit.ly/2tKomR5 The End of the AHCA Monmouth: Americans are less supportive of the Senate’s health care reform bill http://bit.ly/2uAWbJi Online Harassment Pew: Americans are divided on how to balance free speech and safety issues online when trying to tackle online harassment http://pewrsr.ch/2u9X4aC Close: How Well Do You Know Emojis? Merriam-Webster: Teenagers know emojis best, while fifty-year-olds are least knowledgeable http://bit.ly/2vCKqPe Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#126: The Smoking Poll
#126: The Smoking Poll
The Pollsters