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A new poll Thursday suggested President Trump's supporters view mostly favor him more when asked about his administration's early scandals. Reuters

The first two months of President Donald Trump’s administration have been plagued by a revolving door of scandals and accusations. But a new Morning Consult/Politico poll released Thursday found that while a plurality of voters viewed Trump less favorably after the scandals, his supporters have found him to be more likeable.

Conducted online from March 16 to Sunday, the poll measured Trump’s favorability based on seven scandals that have engulfed the White House since he assumed office in January. Those included Trump’s allegations that former President Barack Obama had his “wires” tapped in Trump Tower, the size of Trump’s inauguration crowd, his criticism of the media and two involving his campaign’s alleged ties to Russia during the election.

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In all seven, Trump supporters’ largely favored him more. The president’s accusation that the media is “the enemy of the American people” scored him the biggest improvement of 31 percent among those who voted for him. That was compared to a 15 percent drop when all voters were considered.

Trump’s base also favored him by 21 percent when he accused Obama of spying on him during the election.

When it came to now former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s resignation due to back-channeling with a Russian ambassador, as well as Attorney General Jeff Session’s meetings with the same diplomat, Trump still scored 16 points better with the his voters.

The only scandal that seemed to affect all voters was his handling of North Korea’s missile test launch while he visited his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach Florida. Trump saw a 27 percent decline in favorability from all voters and only a two percent bump from his base after it was reported he and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had discussed a response to the launch in front of the resort’s guests.

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The poll’s results appeared to largely reflect Gallup’s daily job approval rating of the president. As of Wednesday, 56 percent of Americans disapproved of Trump’s work compared to 39 percent approving, the second-lowest approval rating in the early stages of his presidency.

The poll surveyed 1,927 voters and had a margin of error of 2 percent.