Most men — 52 percent — voted for Trump in the presidential election, according to exit polls. Some found his “strong man” image attractive and supported him pushing back against what his supporters call “political correctness” in a cultural climate that is becoming increasingly vocal about the impact of patriarchy.
As critics of Trump continue to vocalize their belief that his policies disadvantage women, some men’s support of him grows.
A recent CNN poll revealed that Trump’s approval rating among men had improved eight points. Nearly half — 49 percent — of American men approve of the job Trump is doing.
And in a cumulative analysis of more than 600,000 SurveyMonkey interviews about Trump’s job performance, some of Trump’s better numbers are with men.