Donald Trump is the most unpopular modern candidate to be elected president. He is viewed unfavorably by more people than view him favorably, and lost the popular vote by about 2.8 million votes. That presents a real problem for his impending presidency. He needs to win over a significant majority of Americans to enact his agenda and have a successful presidency.
Can he do it? I don't think so. George C. Edwards III (in The Washington Post) doesn't think so either, and he is why he thinks that. He writes: