Friend or Foe: There’s No Shortage of Opinions About Trump

January 16, 2019 02:53 PM
 
In a Farm Journal email survey sent in October, 56% of the more than 1,500 respondents said if elections were held tomorrow, they would vote to re-elect President Trump.

In a Farm Journal email survey sent in late October, 56% of the more than 1,500 respondents said if elections were held tomorrow, they would vote to re-elect President Trump. The following results for the four questions we asked are broken down by age, gender and region.

KeyQ: How do you feel about President Trump?Q: Compared to before the trade wars started, how has your opinion of President Trump changed?Q: If the presidential election were tomorrow, would you vote to re-elect President Trump?Q: Will your sentiment toward President Trump impact your voting decisions in the Nov. 6 Congressional election?  Q: How do you feel about President Trump?Q: Compared to before the trade wars  started, how has your opinion of  President Trump changed?Q: If the presidential election were tomorrow, would you vote to re-elect President Trump?Q: Will your sentiment toward President Trump impact your voting decisions in the Nov. 6 Congressional election?  RegionsQ: How do you feel about President Trump?Q: Compared to before the trade wars  started, how has your opinion of  President Trump changed?Q: If the presidential election were tomorrow, would you vote to re-elect President Trump?Q: Will your sentiment toward President Trump impact your voting decisions in the Nov. 6 Congressional election?  

 

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francis m surovick
fairview, PA
1/25/2019 10:35 AM
 

  I don't know how todd dunker thinks the markets are getting better. bunge not even taking orders for fall beans! must be todd only farms in brazil. trade wars don't work in tis day and age. responsible negotiation is the sane way to go. because of trump the Chinese market is dead for the next decade plus we lost any market with the cancelation of the tpp. yeah the markets are getting better at least for the farmers in brazil.

 
 
Clifford Tollini
Onaway, MI
1/25/2019 11:19 AM
 

  The President has more knowledge than everybody gives him credit for,especially the arm chair expert traders with no skin in the game.China has no choice but to make a fair trade deal with us where will they sell their junk they manufacture? They can not feed their people they need our commodities especially pork now.The rest of the other exporters can not supply China ,India and everyone else in the world and feed themselves also,and then there is the weather market. And to the farmers crying about their short term market pain we have no one to blame but ourselves for over supply.Trade has to be fair it has not been for decades,don't throw everyone under the bus just to protect your interest. You would rather let China rape us repeatedly to gain their market? That's very stupid. When it's fair we all win even China!

 
 
Todd Dunker
Keystone, IA
1/17/2019 05:02 PM
 

  The Markets are getting better ,Mr Trump is a man of his word ,its about time somebody stood up for the American working people from factories to farming. And the chaos of foreign reigns . More power to him!

 
 

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