Polling editor says Trump's rhetoric is unlikely to turn away GOP women votes

Morning Consult editor Anna Yukhananov said on Friday that President TrumpDonald John TrumpChasten Buttigieg: 'I've been dealing with the likes of Rush Limbaugh my entire life' Lawmakers paint different pictures of Trump's 'opportunity zone' program We must not turn our heads from the effects of traumatic brain injuries MORE's rhetoric is unlikely to stop Republican women from voting for him in 2020. 

"When Trump was elected, something like 53 percent of Republican women viewed him very favorably, and those numbers are pretty much the same now," Yukhananov, executive features editor at Morning Consult, told Hill.TV's Krystal Ball on "What America's Thinking."

"[There's] been a lot of things happening in that time," she continued. "I just don't really see the vote changing even if they don't love everything he says." 

A recent poll from American University and Benenson Strategy Group showed that 48 percent of Republican women are concerned about the way Trump talks about women. 

Fifty-five percent of Republican women polled, however, also said they both like the president and agree with him on important issues.

Republican women turned out for Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign after the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape showing Trump bragging about groping women, was leaked to the press in the weeks before the election.

Eighty-eight percent of Republican women ended up voting for the president, according to CNN.

— Julia Manchester