President Donald Trump is the tweeting president. His @realDonaldTrump handle has 31.8 million followers and “35K” tweets. While the president claims to use Twitter to “get the honest and unfiltered message out,” many Americans aren’t so fond of his favored form of communication. According to a new voter poll (PDF), the public is growing tired of Trump’s tweets. Ars Technica reports: A Morning Consult, Politico survey published Wednesday found that 69 percent of voters who took the online survey said they thought Trump tweets too much. That’s up from 56 percent from December, months before Trump took office. The survey said that 82 percent of Democrats polled thought Trump tweets too much, up from 75 percent in December. Republicans came in at 53 percent saying the president used Twitter too often, an 11-percent increase from December. Overall, 57 percent of voters who took the survey said Trump’s tweets are hurting his presidency. Another 53 percent said his Twitter use undermines U.S. standing in the world. The poll found that 51 percent of all voters said Trump’s tweets imperiled national security. What do you think of Trump’s tweets? Do you think they are getting old, or do you find them particularly useful?
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