Why President Trump's Approval Among Young White Men May Be Rising
President Trump’s net approval among young white men with no college degree has increased by 22 points since April 2017, according to polling data from the firm Civiqs. Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson talks with Derek Thompson ( @DKThomp), senior editor at The Atlantic, about possible reasons behind the trend.
I'd be very interested in a theory that explains this –>
Since April 2017, net approval of Trump among young white men with no college degree has increased by **22 points.**
Steady climb, too. pic.twitter.com/BeboLeFRVv
— Derek Thompson (@DKThomp) March 31, 2019
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