Scott confident of late surge, not least among the younger cohort
Scott’s approval rating has taken a beating since early October, but the polling average suggests that Scott’s supporters might well have been forgiven if they assumed the election outcome to be a foregone conclusion. The survey shows a growing majority of voters disapprove of his job performance while he holds strong leads in both approval ratings 포항출장안마and the number of his supporters saying they intend to vote for him.
His approval rating has risen from 47% to 52% and his approval rating among 영천안마voters under 40 dropped to 38% after the end of the election campaign in October. His approval rating among voters 25 to 29 has also dropped, going from 54% to 47% since last September and 32% since October.
Even if approval ratings were on par with his predecessors as prime minister, Scott’s approval ratings are still not strong enough to overcome opposition by younger voters and some of the younger cohorts who may otherwise be inclined to support Scott.
In particular, the poll showed a growing number of voters who describe themselves as non-white, some with a middle-class or working-class background, saying they’re somewhat or very concerned about th용인안마e direction of the country.
For Scott’s critics, the poll also reveals that some voters are no longer enthusiastic about backing the incumbent, and he is struggling to attract supporters at these times. That’s not necessarily an indication of a swing in support toward his opponents.