Gallup Poll: Handling of Virus Gives Trump Record Approval


President Donald Trump’s job approval rating is up to 49%, according to the latest Gallup poll, a tie for his highest on record, likely due to a bump from his handing of the coronavirus pandemic.

Trump’s overall approval rating is up five points from 44% earlier in March and ties his record of 49% in the Gallup poll in late January and early February.

The president’s approval from independents and Democrats has increased as well, 8 points and 6 points repectively, also tying for the highest ever at 43% for indepedents and 13% for Democrats. His approval among fellow Republicans is in the high 90s, but is not at the record 94% it was in late January, according to Gallup.

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  1. If Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo didn’t make this catastrophic decision, more Americans would still be alive…
    According to the Washington Examiner, President Donald Trump blasted Governor Andrew Cuomo for his 2015 decision to not buy up to 16,000 ventilators which were recommended for his state in case of a pandemic!
    “He had a chance to buy in 2015 16,000 ventilators at a very low price, and he turned it down. I’m not blaming him or anything else. But he shouldn’t be talking about us. He’s supposed to be buying his own ventilators. We are going to help,” the president Trump said.
    Adding, “If you think about it, Gov. Cuomo, we are building him four hospitals. We are building him four medical centers. We’re working very, very hard for the people of New York. We’re working along with him. And then, I watch him on the show complaining. And he had 16,000 ventilators that he could have had at a great price, and he didn’t buy them.”

  2. You left out how the Governors were polling. It was also part of the gallup poll. Newmax is owned by Trump loyalist.
    Historical perspective, Jimmy Carter polling numbers increased during the Iran hostage crisis. The increase in Trump’s poll numbers has more to do with citizens rallying around the flag during a crisis.


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