Trump voters went from 7 percent saying the country was on the “right track” before the election to 27 percent saying the same immediately after. Clinton voters moved nearly 20 points in the opposite direction, with 54 percent saying the country was on the right track before the election and 35 percent after.

The shifts between Trump and Clinton voters cancelled one another out, with the overall number of people saying the country is on the “right track” moving from 30 percent to 28 percent.

Nearly three-quarters of GOP voters say the top priority for the Trump White House is to repeal Obamacare, followed closely by combating ISIS. Notably, two of Trump’s main campaign themes – building a wall along the Mexican border and renegotiating trade deals – come in last among GOP voter priorities, at 30 percent and 39 percent respectively.