Trump Gets 6% Bump in Approval after Trial Decision, says Daily Mail Snap Poll

Donald Trump gets 6% Bump in Approval after Trial Decision, according to snap Daily Mail Poll

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — "Our snap poll of a representative sample of 'Likely Voters' shows that for most Americans, the trial has not changed their deep-set views of Trump," said J.L. Partners James Johnson, who conducted the poll, adding that while Donald Trump might be waking up as convicted felon, he was winning over the voters who matter.

In particular, the numbers show a 4% Net Positive Impact among Independent Voters – the group that could decide who is the next president in November. 
"Amongst those who are open to changing their mind, people feel more positive by a margin of 6 points. That's outside of the margin of the error of the poll, and we are saying that is significant," said Johnson.

"It extends to Independent voters too.

"Look at the explanations, and it's clear why: people feel it was a politically motivated trial and view Trump as a 'fighter' – against what they see as injustice."

Of those who said the 34 guilty counts had changed their view of Donald Trump, 22% said they now had a more favorable rating compared with 16% who said they viewed him more negatively.

That six-point Net Positive Result is another sign of the way the businessman-turned-politician seems able to ride out crises that would sink anyone else.

In a tight election, it could be enough to get him across the finish line.

According to an Exclusive Snap Poll for, the guilty verdict in Manhattan only improved the former president's standing with likely voters ahead of the 2024 Election.

Many political experts – as well as members of the Trump Campaign – believe most Americans had tuned out coverage of the trial, and that a majority of voters are more worried about the economy and their bank accounts than accusations of falsified invoices and ledger entries.

Respondents were asked to explain their opinion.
'I think it was a waste of taxpayer money – and will help propel Trump to a victory,' said a 42-year-old hip hop DJ from Illinois, who voted for Joe Biden in 2020.

In contrast, a 2020 Joe Biden supporter from the swing state of Arizona said:

'I just think it was a railroad job – even though I am not a fan of Trump.

"It's totally ludicrous.'

"We will see how it translates into the voting intention polls in the coming days and weeks – but going by this poll, we might not see much change in terms of the fundamentals of this race," said James Johnson.

At the same time, the Trump campaign said it had enjoyed a fundraising bonanza in the hours after the verdict, bringing in $34.8 million from small dollar donors – nearly double its record daily haul.
"From just minutes after the sham trial verdict was announced, our digital fundraising system was overwhelmed with support, and despite temporary delays online because of the amount of traffic, President Trump raised $34.8 million dollars from small dollar donors," said Chris LaCivita and Susie Wiles, Trump Campaign senior advisers. 

"Not only was the amount historic, but 29.7% of yesterday's donor's were brand new donors to the WinRed platform."

J.L. Partners used an online panel of 400 "Likely Voters" to assess the impact on the election. The poll was conducted in the hours after the jury in the Manhattan Criminal Court announced its verdicts.