While President Trump has been dogged by low approval number in recent months, Reuters points out one data point that is a welcome sign for the commander in chief.

Trump is more popular with likely voters than he is with the general public.

In October, 44 percent of those who voted in 2016 said they approved of Trump’s job performance in, compared with 37 percent of the general population.

Furthermore, 85 percent of those who voted for Trump in 2016 said they would do so again, the poll found.

“It’s very difficult for any Republican candidate to distance themselves from Trump,” said Michael McDonald, a professor who focuses on voter turnout at the University of Florida, according to Reuters.


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