Donald Trump’s wife is a Trump voter in Arizona, a new poll shows
Donald Trump and Melania Trump have two daughters and a son-in-law, and their son, Barron, was born in August 2017, according to a new ABC News/Washington Post poll.
The poll finds that, for the first time in decades, a majority of American adults identify as either Republican or Republican-leaning, and the two of them are the only ones who are both viewed as having strong ties to the Republican Party.
Trump, who is in his fourth term in the White House, is viewed unfavorably by a large number of voters.
And he is viewed positively by only 33 percent of voters, compared to 60 percent who view him unfavorately.
But Trump has strong support from both younger and older voters, according a new CNN poll released Tuesday.
The two of the presumptive Republican nominees are the first two major-party nominees to have two children and a wife, according the poll.
The survey found that, overall, 45 percent of adults who say they are Republicans and Republicans who are Republicans are Trump supporters.
That compares with 30 percent who say the same of Hillary Clinton, who was the first female major- party nominee to run for president, and 35 percent of Democrats.
The same is true for those who identify as Independents and those who say that they lean Libertarian or other third-party candidates.
The ABC News poll also found that 46 percent of Americans who have not yet made up their minds say they support either Trump or Clinton.
The poll found that the same percentage say that both are likely to win the November election, with 36 percent saying they support Trump and 39 percent supporting Clinton.
Trump and his family are expected to attend the inauguration ceremony of President Donald Trump on January 20, 2021.