Most farmers haven’t had a good year since President Trump took office and his policies on trade, immigration and ethanol are part of the problem. Yet farmers, who broadly supported Trump in 2016 are largely sticking with him as the impeachment inquiry moves forward, says a news article by NPR.
John Herath, the news director at Farm Journal, polls more than a thousand farmers monthly. He says Trump’s popularity slumped a bit in the summer, but bounced back, to 76 percent favorable, the week the House launched its impeachment inquiry.
Read the NPR article here.