Trump as a politician, is viewed much more favorably than Trump as a person in Utah.
Mormon voters, especially those who are very active in the LDS Church, are on board with Trump’s policies, even if they don’t like him.
Only 12% of “very active” Mormons say they love Trump, while nearly half say they like his agenda, but they don’t like him. 1/4 of this group say they dislike everything about him.
“Somewhat active” Mormons are more on the fence about Trump. 25% say they love everything about him, while just 14% say they like his policies but not him. 29% say they dislike everything about Trump.
Mormons who say they are not active in the Church are more supportive of Trump’s policies than they are of Trump himself. 21% say they love everything about him, while 35% say they like his policies. 29% of this group despise Trump.
54% of Republicans tell us they like Trump’s agenda but dislike him. 22% of GOP voters in Utah love Trump, but 12% dislike everything about him.
No shocker at all, but Democrats hate Trump with a blinding fury. A whopping 87% tell us they dislike everything about him, while only 2% say they support his agenda but don’t like him. Weirdly, 6% of Utah Democrats say they don’t like Trump’s policy proposals, but they do like him personally.
Independent voters are struggling to get on the Trump train. 45% say they dislike everything about him, while 30% say they agree with his agenda, but don’t like him personally. Only 5% of this group say they love everything about Trump.
The Dan Jones & Associates survey polled 609 registered voters in Utah from February 9-16, 2016 with a margin of error +/-4%.