Poll: Most Voters Don’t Think Trump, Clinton Will Keep Campaign Promises
Then why on earth are people voting for them?
Most people don’t believe Donald Trump’s promises to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexican border or his calls to deport undocumented immigrants, but they also don’t believe Hillary Clinton’s promises of reining in Wall Street or other reform messages, a new Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday shows.
With Trump’s plans:
Building a border wall:
- 53 percents said Trump will try;
- 24 percent said he’ll succeed;
- 29 percent said he will not try to build the wall.
Deporting undocumented immigrants:
- 64 percent said he will try;
- 19 percent said he will succeed;
- 29 percent said he will not try.
Temporary ban on Muslims:
- 71 percent said he would try;
- 29 percent said he will succeed;
- 21 percent believe he will not try.
And with Clinton’s plans:
Removing secret money from politics:
- 63 percent said she will not try;
- 27 percent said she will try;
- 9 percent said she will succeed.
Reining in Wall Street:
- 56 percent, she will not try;
- 15 percent, she will try and succeed.
Implementing debt-free in-state college tuition:
- 32 percent, she will not try;
- 39 percent, she will try;
- 22 percent, she will succeed.
The poll was conducted from May 24-30, surveyed 1,561 registered voters, and carried a margin of error of 2.5 percentage points.