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Poll: Voters Agree With Trump That America Should Come First

A January 22nd survey showed that most Americans agree with President Donald Trump – America should come first.

A Rasmussen Reports telephone and online survey found that 52% of Likely U.S. Voters agree with Trump’s statement, “From this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. From this day forward, it’s going to be only America first. America first,” while only  37% disagreed with Trump’s sentiment.

Differentiating his type of nationalism from nation-building, Trump said in his inaugural speech that “We do not seek to impose our way of life on anyone but rather to let it shine as an example,” which 69% of voters agreed with and only 18% disagreed.

Democrats were much less likely that Republicans to put America up as a shining example for the world as a stunning 60% of democrats oppose Trump’s America First policy.

The poll points out ideological divides. Even though only 29% believe that free trade agreements have benefitted the U.S., a huge number who identify with the left oppose his American First strategy.

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  1. the “elite” hated this speech because they believe they are 1st, not America, so now they feel threatened.

  2. Many of the dems want globalism to start taking over in tbis country. Not under President Trumps watch!!!

  3. No Apologies here !!!! A breath of fresh air from the past president who toured the world bowing and apologizing….Have good feelings about our future….let’s all pitch in and do what we can to help the Commander..

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