Donald Trump more accepted since election: poll
By Sounak Mukhopadhyay
According to a recent poll, people's perception about Donald Trump has changed since the election. The US president-elect is now more accepted by the US population, if the poll is to be believed.
The George Washington University Battleground Poll reveals 45 percent people having positive views about Trump. It also reveals that 49 percent people still have negative views about the Republican leader.
The poll results show an improvement in Donald Trump's public image since mid-October. During that time, he had 36 percent people having positive thoughts about him, while 61 percent people have negative thoughts about him.
The poll asked people about their views on Trump's plans to build a wall along the US-Mexico border. According to the Washington Times, the majority of the people believe President Donald Trump is not going to take such an action.
The 55 percent of people, who form the majority, chose "not at all" or "not very" likely option about the Mexican wall. On the other hand, 41 percent people believe Trump is likely to build that wall to secure the southern border of the United States.
When asked about Trump's take on Obamacare, almost 80 percent people think he is going to take it down. Trump attacked Obamacare during his campaigns. Vice President-Elect Mike Pence is also known for strong critical views about it.
While Trump's public image improves since the US Presidential Election, The Atlantic psychoanalyzed Donald Trump's character, a subject of scrutiny since he decided to run for president.
There are five categories that a person may fall under. These include extroversion, neuroticism, conscientiousness, agreeableness and openness. Trump apparently has extremely low agreeableness, as well as extremely high extroversion.
Subtlety is not Donald Trump's game. He prefers to express his opinion strongly no matter how controversial it is. Probably, that's what people have started liking about him.