A Reuters poll last night revealed that 49% of Americans support Trump’s travel ban, as opposed to 41% who are against it.
And in the UK, a YouGov poll today revealed 49% of Britons are in favour of President Trump’s state visit going ahead, compared to just 36% who are against it.
So despite all the howling, marches, social media onslaughts and foul-mouthed chants, more people in America and Britain appear to be behind Trump than against him.
And as we saw with the US election and Brexit, these polls are probably understating that support.
Perhaps the reason for this is that the further away you get from the hysterical liberal elite conclaves of places like New York, Los Angeles and London, the more calmer common sense prevails....The Daily Mail (UK)
Trump's no monster... and he's not mad either: While the liberal elites literally lose their minds the polls show that common-sense people quite like the big bad boy in the White House
Piers Morgan for Mailonline