The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

59 per­cent of Amer­i­cans say if a pres­i­dent had an ex­tra­mar­i­tal af­fair be­fore be­ing elected, it “should not be rel­e­vant” to how he is judged in of­fice; 83 per­cent of Re­pub­li­cans, 65 per­cent of in­de­pen­dents and 37 per­cent of Democrats agree.

52 per­cent say a pres­i­dent’s moral char­ac­ter is im­por­tant and per­son­ally mat­ters to them; 35 per­cent of Re­pub­li­cans, 47 per­cent of in­de­pen­dents and 71 per­cent of Democrats agree.

46 per­cent say Pres­i­dent Trump’s per­sonal life doesn’t mat­ter “as long as he does a good job run­ning the coun­try”; 63 per­cent of Re­pub­li­cans, 51 per­cent of in­de­pen­dents and 27 per­cent of Democrats.

38 per­cent thing the past af­fairs should be rel­e­vant in judg­ing a pres­i­dent; 16 per­cent of Re­pub­li­cans, 32 per­cent of in­de­pen­dents and 61 per­cent of Democrats agree.

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