As former president Donald Trump considers 2024 run, most Iowans now view him unfavorably


HR King
May 29, 2001
That 83% of Republicans have a favorable view of the seditious POS is utterly deplorable:

Most Iowans now hold unfavorable views of Donald Trump — a notable shift after the former Republican president’s favorability rating in the state spiked to a record high last fall.

The poll comes as Trump’s potential 2024 candidacy looms over the Republican presidential primary field and other GOP contenders visit Iowa in anticipation of the first-in-the-nation caucuses.

A new Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll found 52% of Iowans say their feelings toward Trump are very or mostly unfavorable. That’s up from 45% who said so in September 2021, the most recent Iowa Poll to ask the question.

The number of Iowans who say their feelings toward Trump are very or mostly favorable has dropped to 46%, down from 53% in September 2021.

At that time, Trump’s favorability was the highest it had ever been in an Iowa Poll. Now, Trump is seeing his lowest favorability rating since March 2021.

Though Trump lost the 2020 national election, he won Iowa’s six electoral votes, receiving 53% of the popular vote versus Democrat Joe Biden’s 45%.

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Trump earns favorable ratings from 83% of Republicans but only 7% of Democrats. A majority of independents — 57% — have an unfavorable opinion of him, versus 40% who have a favorable view.

The poll, conducted Oct. 9-12 by Selzer & Co., surveyed 804 Iowa adults. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.



HR Legend
Sep 26, 2009
Respectfully, no they don't. Iowa is mostly a racist, redneck, uneducated state. They LOVE him.
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Gold Member
Jun 3, 2003
The Iowa dummies had the page upside down.