CNN anchor Chris Cuomo ran a poll on his personal Twitter feed asking users if the "president's use of vulgar language" would affect their vote. The poll's options were "yes" and "hell no." Might the president’s use of vulgar language affect your vote? — Christopher C. Cuomo (@ChrisCuomo) March 12, 2018 More than 38,000 people responded to the "New Day" anchor, with 77 percent answering "hell no" and 23 percent answering "yes." Cuomo thanked those who participated while concluding that the poll "supports [the] notion that Trump folk are totally accepting of whatever he says." Almost 40k votes (thanks for interest) and the conclusion supports notion that trump folk are totally accepting of whatever he says and those who oppose trump (based on detailed responses) are often bothered more by his actions than his words. Appreciate the interest https://t.co/pZaVSADVMq — Christopher C. Cuomo (@ChrisCuomo) March 13, 2018 The poll comes after President Trump Donald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind pro-Trump Facebook page denies being influenced by Russians Shulkin says he has White House approval to root out 'subversion' at VA MORE called NBC's Chuck Todd a "sleeping son of a bitch" during a raucous rally Saturday night ahead of a crucial special House election in Pennsylvania's 18th District. "I'm on 'Meet the Press,' a show now headed by sleepy-eyes Chuck Todd," Trump said to laughter from the crowd. "He's a sleeping son of a bitch." Todd responded Sunday to the president by saying that he doesn't allow his children to "to say anything negative, ever, about the president." "I bring my kids up to respect the office of the presidency and the president," Todd said Sunday to News4 in Washington, D.C. "I don’t allow them to say anything negative, ever, about the president." "It creates a challenge to all parents when he uses vulgarities like that," he added. Todd, 45, has two children, ages 14 and 11.