Trump’s Approval Rating Soars To His Best In 23 Months At 52 Percent

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Donald Trump’s job approval rating among likely U.S. voters hit 52 percent on Monday in a daily tracking poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports, the polling organization he uses most frequently to promote himself.

That number is his highest since March 6, 2017, less than seven weeks after he took office. It has been even longer since Trump’s ‘strongly approve’ and ‘strongly disapprove’ numbers weren’t under water. They were even at 39 per cent on Monday.

Monday’s numbers came from surveys conducted during the three weekdays following the president’s State of the Union address.

Read more at The Daily Mail.

{Matzav.com}

4 COMMENTS

  1. FAKE NEWS! LIARS!
    52% when after the SOTU Address it was 76%??? How did it go down in 1 week????
    These “polls” are nothing but NONSENSE. Remember the 2016 election polls where Hillary was 7-9 points higher than Trump when, in truth, according to the AI, Trump was never lower than 65%.

  2. I didn’t see President Trump’s State of the Union address, but based on the clips I did see and excerpts that I’ve read it was a spectacular success and hopefully a sound basis for a sober, thoughtful, conservative approach for the remaining two years of his current term in office. I’m far from a Trump fanboy, but I’m truly optimistic that he signaled a departure from his crass name calling and tweeting and will now embrace a more palatable approach to getting his policies implemented.
    Ronald Reagan, Mr. Conservative himself, accomplished quite a bit with his genial approach. Trump should be no less assertive about what he wants to accomplish, but y’know what they say about flies, honey and vinegar.

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