… Trump voters say they would rather have Jefferson Davis as President than Barack Obama 45/20. Obama wins that question 56/21 with the overall electorate.That's Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States from 1861 to 1865. Is this not evidence of severe Obama-hatred? Here's a relevant quotation:
We recognize the negro as God and God's Book and God's Laws, in nature, tell us to recognize him. Our inferior, fitted expressly for servitude.—Jefferson Davis, 1861Here's the response to another survey question:
Asked what racial group they think faces the most discrimination in America, 45% of Trump voters say it's white people ...And another:
Asked what religious group they think faces the most discrimination in America, 54% of Trump voters says it's Christians ...Here's a conclusion drawn by the pollsters:
PPP's newest national poll finds that Donald Trump's approval rating is pretty steady in the wake of the Charlottesville attack, probably because his supporters think that whites and Christians are the most oppressed groups of people in the country.Here's another of the survey findings:
Overall 39% say they support monuments honoring the Confederacy… Trump voters support them by a 71/10 spread- to put those numbers into perspective only 65% of Trump voters oppose Obamacare, so this is a greater unifier for the Trump base.