Twitter wars apparently aren't putting a dent in voters' opinion of Donald Trump. His popularity has soared since the election, according to a poll from Politico and Morning Consult. The national survey conducted Wednesday to Friday shows 46% of voters have a favorable opinion of Trump with a 2-point margin of error, compared to 37% before Election Day.
Another 46% say they have an unfavorable opinion of the president-elect, down from 61%. However, Morning Consult's co-founder says "this honeymoon phase is common for new presidents," noting President Obama saw "about a 20 point swing" following his win in 2008. (Here's what voters think about Trump's appointments.)