A majority of Republicans say they’re embarrassed or concerned by some of President TrumpDonald John TrumpTeachers union launches 0K ad buy calling for education funding in relief bill FDA head pledges 'we will not cut corners' on coronavirus vaccine Let our values drive COVID-19 liability protection MORE’s statements, a Pew Research Center poll released Wednesday finds.

Of the more than 10,000 adults surveyed, 59 percent of Republican and GOP-leaning voters said Trump’s comments often or sometimes make them feel concerned, while 53 percent said they feel embarrassed and 41 percent said they feel exhausted, the survey says.


Almost half of GOP and GOP-leaning voters, 47 percent, said Trump’s statements made them feel confused at times. Close to 40 percent cited feeling angry.

On the other hand, a sizable majority of Republicans — 79 percent — say they often or sometimes feel hopeful after Trump speaks. Seventy-eight percent say they feel entertained, while 76 percent said they felt informed and happy, according to the survey.

Three-fourths of GOP-identifying respondents surveyed said Trump’s statements made them proud.

No more than 10 percent of Democrats cited any positive feelings toward Trump’s comments, except for, in some cases, saying they felt informed, at 17 percent, and entertained — 35 percent.

The Pew poll surveyed 10,170 adults and was conducted between April 29 and May 13.