Along political lines, 64 percent of Republicans and 92 percent of Democrats said the grown-up illegals should be allowed to stay.
"65 - 32 percent that he does not share their values". Only 7 percent of Republican voters disapprove of the bill, while 76 percent approve.
Voters said by a margin of 69-28 percent that Trump is not level-headed and 57 percent of voters said he is not fit to serve as president.
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The Quinnipiac University Poll conducts nationwide public opinion surveys, and statewide polls in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, Ohio, Virginia, Iowa and Colorado as a public service and for research. White voters with no college degree are divided, with 41 percent approving of the tax plan and 38 percent disapproving.
Trump signed off on the plan in December, calling it a "gift" to the middle class-but not all see it that way. Most voters, 66 percent, said the plan will overall benefit the wealthy.
President Trump has regularly shouted down negative polls with cries of "fake news" - but all of these numbers come from a poll he chose to tweet about. Roughly 30 percent said his policies "aren't making much of a difference".
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Furthermore, Paul will not be featured in season 4 of YouTube's original series Foursome , and "his new Originals are on hold". The first of YouTube's promised "consequences" for Logan Paul have come: the YouTuber's upcoming projects are now on hold.
A memo released earlier this week suggested Democrats know that failing to support children of undocumented immigrants who were brought to the country illegally, the so-called Dreamers, could hurt them in the voting booth.
A total of 66 percent say the economy is "excellent" or "good" - an all-time high since Quinnipiac began asking the question in 2001, which the president tweeted Thursday morning - but 49 percent say former President Barack Obama is responsible, compared to 40 percent who think Trump is responsible.
According to the Quinnipiac University National Poll of 1,106 voters from January 5 to January 9, the word disaster was used 69 times.
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Trump must decide by mid-January whether to continue waiving U.S. sanctions on Iran's oil exports under the terms of the pact. Earlier, European powers urged Mr Trump to uphold that agreement, saying it was vital for worldwide security.