A new poll conducted after President Donald Trump entered Walter Reed Medical Center on Oct. 2 shows that his popularity continues to rise.

The results surprised even the founder of a survey organization, John Zogby, who assumed that President Trump would lose support by becoming infected with the CCP Virus. That same narrative was driven by the media’s interest in Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, according to the Townhall on Oct. 3. 

“Contrary to my own observations, it looks like the president has not been hurt by his debate performance nor his hospitalization,” Zogby said. “His 47 percent performance is actually one point higher than his vote percentage in 2016.”

Likewise, Zogby’s data shows an increase of five points in President Trump’s popularity index, compared to that obtained previously by Zogby. Biden’s slight difference is within the margin of error.  

John Zogby Strategies’s results show that the president leads among 94% of Republicans, 53% of voters aged 50-64, and 50% of those over 65. 

Likewise, for 94% of very conservative people would vote for President Trump, as well as for 78 percent of conservatives in general. 

Among whites the pro-Trump rate was 56%, among evangelicals 68%, among Catholics 51%, and among parents of children under 17 living at home 54%.

The monthly poll by the Sunday Express Democracy Institute for the presidential elections shows that President Trump “continues to be on track for victory with 46 percent popular support compared to 45 percent for his Democratic rival Joe Biden.”

Another contrast in the institute’s polls does not favor Biden, as respondents prefer reality show star Kim Kardashian for pushing prison reform over Biden. 

“When a reality TV star beats you in a poll on an important policy question, you know your campaign has a problem,” Democracy Institute Director Patrick Basham said

The Democracy Institute notes the successes of correctly predicting President Trump’s 2016 victory and the majority of voters for the Brexit approval. 

Although the Republican campaign suspended scheduled events, President Trump continued to work from Walter Reed, recording messages of thanks to the crowds of supporters who prayed for his health and that of his wife, First Lady Melania Trump, who also tested positive for the CCP Virus.

Demonstrations of solidarity with President Trump were held throughout the country, and he even went out in his official vehicle to greet his supporters, and sent refreshments to those who were watching over his health nearby.