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Support For Trump Immigration Stance Slips Among Americans

Approval of the president of the United States, Donald Trump, continues to fall among his followers, who are dissatisfied with the results obtained so far in his tenure at the helm of the White House, according to surveys released by Reuters / Ipsos.

Reuters News Agency, based in the United Kingdom, released the information obtained from its surveys carried out in March of this year, in which the following points stand out:

Adults Surveyed Share the Same Stance About Trump’s Immigration Policies

• 41 percent said in March they approve of Trump’s immigration policies, down from 48 percent in February 2017.
• 21 percent said they “strongly approve” of Trump’s handling of U.S. immigration, down from 27 percent in February 2017.
• 38 percent said they “strongly disapproved,” up from 31 percent in February 2017.

Trump Voters Are Less Enthusiastic About His Performance

After 1 year and 3 months of taking office, about nine in 10 Trump voters still approve of the president’s immigration policies, they are somewhat less enthusiastic about his performance now on one of the key issues he campaigned on.
• 85 percent approve of Trump’s handling of immigration, down from 88 in February 2017.
• 51 percent said they “strongly approve” of Trump’s handling of immigration, down from 57 percent in February 2017.

Perception Among Hispanics Is Still Low

Most Hispanics disapprove of the president and his immigration policies. Their disapproval has risen since he took office.
• Overall, 27 percent of Hispanics said in March they approve of Trump’s handling of immigration, down from 38 percent who said so in February 2017.
• 10 percent of Hispanic adults “strongly approve” of Trump’s immigration policies, down from 19 percent who said so in February 2017.

Women Reduce Their Support

• 38 percent of all women approve of Trump’s handling of immigration, down from 44 percent in February 2017.
• 85 percent of women who voted for Trump approve of his immigration stance, down from 89 percent in February last year.

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