Gentlemen against Trump

Donald Trump is sinking in the polls across nearly every demographic group. But despite all of the president’s troubles, he remains roughly tied with Joe Biden among men.

The pattern of men approving of the president at higher rates than many other groups goes back to Trump’s grievance-driven campaign four years ago — a survey from 2016 showed that men who felt persecuted gravitated to him — but the effort to make an explicit appeal to a certain kind of male voter has come to the fore with special intensity in recent weeks.

In Trump’s bullying hyper-aggressiveness during the first presidential debate, no less than in the comically overstated messaging from his campaign


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