A new Washington Post poll of Washington residents finds that one in three of them have protested the presidency or policies of Donald Trump, making the city the "capital of national dissent."
The paper offered this quote first: "‘Given the ups and downs of the first five months, I'm surprised that we're not dead yet,' said Sarah Ronnebaum, 37."
Overall, 33 percent said that they have taken part in the several protests against Trump so far.
And it's mostly a wealthy white person's battle: 53 percent of whites in the city have protested compared to 16 percent of blacks and 36 percent of Hispanics.
The Post suggested that Trump deserves the city's cold shoulder.
"Trump and his advisers have also alienated Washingtonians with an often abrasive, freewheeling style that challenges more genteel traditions embedded in the city's political culture," said the analysis.
Paul Bedard, the Washington Examiner's "Washington Secrets" columnist, can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org