Tim Malloy (aka "The Real Malloy") director of the Quinnipiac University poll said "Two of President-elect Donald Trump's signature campaign mantras get hearty thumbs down." Then he gleefully added, "Voters to Trump: No way on reversing Roe v Wade and not a chance on building that wall."
A full 64% of those surveyed said they agreed with the Supreme Court case that legalized abortion and of that 69% another 87% said that they have no problem with partial birth abortion, and 100% of that group changed their minds after seeing a partial birth abortion up close and personal. [Everything in italics was made up by me, but you get the point.]
When it comes to immigration, 55% opposed building a wall, and of those, 98% were either Mexican illegal immigrants or ISIS jihadists. [Same italics deal.]
Of those who opposed a wall, 60% say they support a path to citizenship and another 12% of American voters say illegal immigrants should be allowed to stay in the country, but not become citizens and not live in their neighborhoods.
An overwhelming 76% said prejudice against minority groups is a somewhat serious-to-serious problem, but not so much for anti-Semitism or white male conservatives. Forty-three percent expressed concern about more discrimination and violence against minorities following the election [in spite of lack of evidence for minority violence and increased incidents of violence against police and white "privileged" people].
A total of 68% of American voters, according to this poll, said they were "very concerned" or "somewhat concerned" about climate change and say Trump needs to keep those thousands upon thousands upon thousands of useless regulations in place that are intended to fight climate change.
Think of the arrogance of human beings who believes that they have the power to prevent Mother Earth from throwing whatever she intends to throw at us just by using paper instead of plastic and recycling their wine bottles.
Whatever you think about any of this, remember how accurate the polls were in the presidential election. They say they have a margin of error plus or minus 3 percentage points. I say their margin of error is a joke.
I just hope Trump doesn't use polls like this one to justify going back on his promises. He has already begun that process.