Taking into account party affiliation, almost nine out of 10 Democrats said they were anxious about the possibility of the US going to war under Mr. Trump.
"Donald Trump is receiving the same lukewarm approval marks in the Palmetto State as the remainder of the country", reporter Andrew Shain of The (Charleston, S.C.) Post and Courier observed.
Question wording. The two polls asked the same general thing - Trump or the news media? - but in different ways. The poll by NBC News and SurveyMonkey suggests that 53 per cent of people are not satisfied by his actions, compared to 43 per cent who approve, NBC News reported. Although, 78 percent of Republican voters indicated that Trump tells the truth on the important issues and not the media.
That same poll - which surveyed 703 state residents from February 12 to Tuesday, also found that 40 percent of respondents consider the country's race relations to be poor. That could easily have shifted some opinions.
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The attack was captured on CCTV. "Other exhibits are under analysis", Khalid added in the statement. The Nuclear Threat Initiative reports North Korea possesses between 2,500 and 5,000 tons of VX.
Sampling and weighting. There are a number of smaller ways that different polls' methodologies can affect the results.
The survey was conducted from February 16-21.
BuzzFeed News worked with PredictWise on designing the exclusive poll as part of a regular partnership.
One big bottom line here is that focusing on any one poll can easily be misleading. Ronald Reagan was the closest to Trump, at 51 percent.
In addition, focusing too much on one poll means missing out on a bigger picture.
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Nonwhite voters, in sharp contrast to non-college-educated white voters, trust the media at a 68 percent rate on important issues.
The fact that Americans are embarrassed by their president gives Democrats a powerful tool to argue against Trump's policies.
As for who is seen as more trustworthy by the American public, the media comes out on top.
When compared to USA courts, 58 percent of voters trust the judicial branch of government to do what is right "almost all of the time" or "most of the time", while 40 percent think they can trust the courts to do what is right "some of the time" or "hardly ever".
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Berkshire Hathaway Inc.is a holding company owning subsidiaries engaged in various business activities. On Saturday, Buffett said he has "no doubt" he will win the bet.