Two out of three Americans say the Democratic Party is out of touch with their concerns more than either the GOP or President Donald Trump, according to an ABC News/Washington Post poll.
According to the survey, 67 percent of respondents said that the Democratic Party was “out of touch” with the concerns of average American citizens, and just 28 percent said the party is “in touch.”
Six percent of people polled said they had no opinion.
The Daily Caller reports:
ABC News notes that in March 2014, 48 percent said the Democrats were out of touch with most Americans’ concerns. Three years later, 67 percent of Americans feel that way about the Democratic Party — a 19 percent increase.
ABC News said the biggest change came from the party’s own base, with the “out of touch” ratings increased 33 points among liberals and 30 points among Democrats and independents who lean toward Democrats. Among moderates and nonwhites, the “out of touch” rating is up 26 points.
The survey, which focuses on Trump’s first 100 days as president, also shows that very few of those who voted for him in November regret backing him.
Ninety-six percent of Trump supporters say they made the right choice, and only 2 percent regret their decision.