A new poll shows that only about half of American women have received any messages from Trump during the first two weeks of his presidency.
That’s according to a new poll by the Women’s March and its allies.
The group released the results Friday morning in the wake of President Trump’s inauguration.
The poll, which was conducted by SurveyUSA and found that just 14 percent of American voters have heard from Trump, while 56 percent have not.
That means that while many women in the country are feeling overwhelmed by the new administration, they are also frustrated by how Trump is handling the transition of power.
Trump’s first months in office have been dominated by protests and demonstrations, with demonstrations and counterprotests breaking out across the country.
The Women’s Marches has been one of the most prominent protests to take place in the U.S. in years, with protests and marches taking place in cities from New York to Seattle to Portland.
“The march has been a success,” said Sarah Kendzior, one of three co-founders of the group, Women’s Media Watch.
“In fact, it has been more than 50% of all rallies that have taken place since the inauguration and the Women are March has gotten more than 1 million people into the streets across the United States, and has grown from there.”
Trump, in an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, also claimed that he received messages from Hillary Clinton.
Kendziol said the Women in the Movement, a coalition of organizations including the ACLU, Planned Parenthood, and other organizations, is trying to “get the word out” about the issue.
“We need the White House to be transparent about the fact that it’s really, really difficult to have a relationship with a president who’s so polarizing and divisive,” Kendzia said.
“That’s a problem.”