Vote in the US to Express Dissatisfaction: Twenty-six percent said they voted to support Trump and about 30 percent said the president played no role in deciding his vote for these midterm elections
Some 39 percent of Americans have gone to the polls on Tuesday, November 6 in mid-term legislative elections to express their rejection of President Donald Trump’s policies, according to an exit poll on CNN.
While only 26 percent said they voted to support Trump, about 30 percent said the president played no role in deciding his vote.
According to the poll, 65 percent of voters said they had decided who they would vote more than a month ago against only 15 percent who decided in the last week or days.
The Americans go to the polls to renew the House of Representatives and part of the Senate in elections that will also measure support for the President’s management.
The so-called midterms, mid-term elections, are held two years after the Republican presidential candidate’s surprising victory.
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