The Donald Trump speech at the Republican National Convention is polling well, the GOP nominee for president may have found some new fans, according to a CNN/ORC instant poll.
Stephen Miller was the author of the well received (and long) speech, only partisans seem to have not liked it.
One of the naysayers who was not a fan of the speech was Hillary Rodham Clinton, check out her tweets here.
In the speech, Trump asked for Bernie Sanders supporters to consider him, but Bernie was also a critic of the speech, tweeting:
"Will there be one word about student debt or making college affordable? Or just concerned about more tax breaks for the rich?"
The results of the poll:
–"56% of speech viewers were more likely to vote for the New York businessman after seeing him formally accept the Republican nomination."
–"Only 32% of viewers said his speech had little effect on them, and 10% said it made them less likely to cast their vote for Trump in November.
–And, overall, 57% of viewers said they had a "very positive" reaction to Trump's speech.
–18% said they were "somewhat positive" and 24% said it had a "negative effect."
Watch the video below if you have not seen the speech.