Twitter can be fun to read and use, but when it involves the countries politics, should there be a line drawn?

This morning, at 7am, ABC News and the Washington Post released a poll in regards to President Trump's usage of Twitter.  Overall, 67% of people disapprove of his Twitter usage.  The following ratings were found according to the poll:

1. 68% called them "inappropriate".
2. 65% called them "insulting".
3. 52% called them "dangerous".
4. 56% called them "damaging to the presidency overall".
5. 41% called them "interesting".
6. 36% called them "effective".
7. 21% called them "refreshing".
8. 24% called them "fitting and proper".

Out of every ten people polled, seven people described the President's conduct as "unpresidential".  Out of these polled people, 38% were Republicans and 48% were White Evangelical Protestants.  President Trump claims his Twitter usage is a way to "get the honest and unfiltered message out" and that his usage not presidential, but "modern day presidential".  President Trump's tweets normally include tirades against "fake news" media, the Russian investigation, personal attacks, political policy boasting.

The poll taken was done between July 10 and July 13 with 1,001 random adults and a 3.5% margin of error.  These results came a day after the same poll stated that Trump's approval rating was at 36%, which is the lowest it has been in the last seven decades.

“The ABC/Washington Post Poll, even though almost 40% is not bad at this time, was just about the most inaccurate poll around election time!”  Trump tweeted Sunday in response.

Do you guys think a line should be drawn in the usage of Twitter, especially when it involves an important political figure?