59 percent of Republican voters say sexual allegations against Trump ‘not a big deal’
Eleven women have stepped forward in recent weeks to claim that Republican nominee Donald Trump had made inappropriate sexual advances to them at some point in the past. Do voters care about these allegations?
Maybe not so much, according a new poll of likely voters from Quinnipiac University, which found that only 27 percent of all voters said this information would be a “deal breaker” when determining their vote. Only 5 percent of Republican voters agreed. A third overall said these allegations were “not a big deal,” including 59 percent of Republicans.