Melania Trump Lost 11 Points In Her Favorability Rating, But What Did She Do Wrong?

December 17, 2018

The first lady, just like the president, is a public person, who requires a certain level of favorability and acceptance from the nation. Nevertheless, for some people getting a high rating can be a tough task. Take, for example, Melania Trump, the current First Lady of the United States.


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During her latest interview with Fox News, Melania Trump claimed she doesn't care about negative feedback and does what she thinks is right:

I do what I think is right. I know I will get the criticism – from the public or from the media – but I will do what is right and what I feel is right for the country and for the people.


It was recently reported by CNN that according to the latest favorability rating, Melania Trump has lost 11 points. Her favorability was 54% in October, but it decreased to 43% in just two months.

During the last couple of weeks, Melania Trump often appeared in public with her husband, Donald Trump, at various official events, and accompanied him during his trip to Argentina for the G20 Summit. She also talked about policy issues and made longer and detailed speeches on the opioid epidemic.



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Melania Trump was highly criticized after her interview with ABC News, in which she said that women who accuse men of sexual misconduct should provide hard evidence. Nevertheless, she also mentioned that she supports women who speak openly about their difficult experience of sexual abuse.

A review of Twitter comments from people across the country shows that Melania doesn’t have much support from the population. Some people claim she doesn’t do anything as first lady except photos, while others wonder if she ever had a high rating.

Hopefully, Melania Trump will analyze reasons for such a decrease in her favorability and will be able to make certain conclusions and to improve the situation.

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