A new poll published Thursday found that 72 percent of Republican voters feel that President Trump "is a good role model for children." Every other category, meanwhile — be it race, age group, or gender — strongly disagreed with that assessment.
The poll, conducted by Quinnipiac University, did find that 90 percent of voters said it was "important" to them that the commander in chief be someone children can look up to. But only Republicans thought the current president fit the bill: A whopping 99 percent of Democratic voters said Trump was not a role model for children, as did 71 percent of independent voters, 67 percent of male voters, and 68 percent of female voters.
Quinnipiac's poll was conducted between Jan. 19-23 — roughly a week after reports surfaced that Trump had an affair with an adult movie star in 2006. It surveyed 1,245 voters across the country over the phone and has a margin of error of 3.3 percentage points. Read the full results here.