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75% of Swing Voters Say They Will Vote on Issues, Not 'How They Feel About President Trump'

75% of Swing Voters Say They Will Vote on Issues, Not 'How They Feel About President Trump'

A majority of swing voters indicated that they will base their vote in November on the issues rather than “how they feel about President Trump,” a KFF Health Tracking Poll released on Friday showed.

“Thinking ahead to November, do you think your vote for president will mostly be based on the candidates’ positions on the issues, or mostly be based on how you feel about President Trump?” it asked.

Overall, a majority of voters, 57 percent, said they will base their vote on the issues, compared to the 39 percent who said President Trump.

“Even among the largest job loss in recent history and economists’ warning about long-term unemployment, President Trump continues to receive positive ratings in his handling of the economy (+17 percentage points net approval),” the Kaiser Family Foundation noted.

The tracking poll follows a Restoration PAC poll released Thursday, showing Trump trouncing Biden in the crucial swing state of Pennsylvania, 50.2 percent to 45.5 percent.

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