Americans’ anger at Republican President Donald Trump may help Democrats gain more seats in Congress after the upcoming midterm congressional elections in November, according to a new poll.
Across the US, people are seething following a vitriolic 2016 presidential election. Anger continues to dominate public discourse, from violent protests with huge crowds to tense social media debates that tear families and friendships apart.
That anger will drive US voters to the polls in next month’s elections – and greater rage among Democratic voters could give the party’s candidates a boost, Reuters/Ipsos polling data shows.
The poll found Democrats are most angry about the Trump administration’s now abandoned practice of separating undocumented immigrant families at the US-Mexican border, the potential for Russian interference in future US elections to help Republicans and Trump himself.
Republicans, on the other hand, are most angry about the…