Partisans Switch Sides in Presidential Attributes Trade-Off
Republicans' and Democrats' preferences for wanting a president who sets a good moral example or one who agrees with them on issues are different now than during the Clinton presidency.
“Six in 10 Republicans say they would rather have a president who agrees with their political views but does not set a good moral example for the country.”
You knew it, the evidence is all around us, and now Gallup confirms it: voters in major parties have switched sides since late Clinton era on whether a President should set good moral example for country
Gallup: Partisans Switch Sides in Presidential Attributes Trade-Off
Clanging double standards, via
: When Clinton was president, Republicans—but not Democrats—strongly believed good character was important in a president. Now that Trump is president, Democrats—but not Republicans—strongly believe that.