Perhaps they’re tired of the blue state governors who have prevented them from getting jobs. Or perhaps they’re afraid of the riots and looting Democrat governors and mayors have allowed on the streets of America’s cities. Whatever it is, young people are flocking fast to support President Trump, according to the most recent Zogby Poll. The polling company writes (abridged):
In our latest Zogby Poll, the president has recorded his best job approval rating on record-52% at least somewhat approved/47% at least somewhat disapproved. When it came to intensity of surveyed voters, a third (32%) strongly approved while 35% strongly disapproved. There were specific demographics in the president’s job approval numbers that helped move his overall rating upward: he improved drastically with younger voters aged 18-29 (50% at least somewhat approved/49% at least somewhat disapproved) and voters aged 30-64 (54% at least somewhat approved/45% at least somewhat disapproved. In contrast, the oldest voters aged 65+ (44% at least somewhat approved/56% at least somewhat disapproved) were less enthusiastic about the president’s job performance to date.
The president continued to solidify his base by performing very well with men and Republicans. Thus, 63% of men at least somewhat approved of the president compared to 42% of women (36% of men at least somewhat disapproved vs. 58% of women). To no one’s surprise, the president’s job approval numbers were also strong with Republicans (88% at least somewhat approved/11% at least somewhat disapproved).