U.S. voter opinion on Trump Twitter usage volume 2016-2017

Share of registered voters in the United States who think President Donald Trump tweets too much as of June 2017

U.S. voter opinion on Trump Twitter usage volume 2016-2017 This statistic presents information on the share of registered voters in the United States who think President Donald Trump tweets too much as of June 2017. During the most recent survey period, 69 percent of respondents thought that the U.S. president spent too much time posting on Twitter.
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Share of registered voters in the United States who think President Donald Trump tweets too much as of June 2017

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Dec '16Jun '17
Don't know23%12%
About the right amount16%15%
Not enough4%4%
Too much56%69%
Dec '16Jun '17
Don't know23%12%
About the right amount16%15%
Not enough4%4%
Too much56%69%
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This statistic presents information on the share of registered voters in the United States who think President Donald Trump tweets too much as of June 2017. During the most recent survey period, 69 percent of respondents thought that the U.S. president spent too much time posting on Twitter.
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Release date
June 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
December 2016 and June 2017
Number of respondents
Dec '16 n=1,401; Jun '17 n=1,999
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registered voters
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