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Trump hits highest approval rating since September in new poll

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Trump hits highest approval rating since September in new poll

President Trump’s approval rating has hit its highest point since late September.

Politico/Morning Consult poll results published on Wednesday show that 45 percent of respondents give the leader approving marks.

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With the economy starting to boom, it will continue to go higher from here.

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The latest poll (Friday) I saw was 37% approval (63% disapproval).  Wages are still stagnate, he stinks at foreign policy, is hostile to the environment/women/minorities, places Putin's interests above those of his own country, etc. and Trump's executive orders are not popular, the latest being allowing airlines to charge extra on baggage fees but not disclose it to consumers.  This is not exactly hitting the ball out of the park.

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4 hours ago, MovieMadness said:

Trump hits highest approval rating since September in new poll

 

With the economy starting to boom, it will continue to go higher from here.

You're like Trump, MM. You live in a bubble. You only believe the "facts" you want to believe.

Donald Trump Touts Approval Ratings Poll That Shows Most Americans Dislike Him

Donald Trump bragged about his popularity on Twitter on Friday, citing a poll that found the 45th president had a 45 percent approval rating. But he also conveniently overlooked another part of the same survey—one that showed that 51 percent of Americans said they didn’t like his job performance.

If the poll Trump referred to Friday is the one released by Morning Consult/Politico on Thursday, his numbers get even worse when broken down. Thirty-nine percent of the roughly 2,000 respondents contacted last weekend said they strongly disapproved of what Trump was doing in office. On the flipside, just 23 percent said they strongly approved.

In fact, the billionaire is less popular than any other president in recent history has been at this point in their respective terms. Barack Obama, for example, had a 49 percent approval rating in December 2009, and George W. Bush had nearly 85 percent support in December 2001, according to FiveThirtyEight.

However, it’s possible Trump truly doesn’t know how badly he’s polling. In November, Politico reported that White House aides usually only give the president data that indicates he’s doing well or singles out his base.

 

http://www.newsweek.com/trump-job-performance-twitter-approval-742765

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These are the same poll numbers Trump had when he was elected, they are under-representing voters. Those that love Hillary have blinders on.

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8 hours ago, ChristineHoard said:

The latest poll (Friday) I saw was 37% approval (63% disapproval).  Wages are still stagnate, he stinks at foreign policy, is hostile to the environment/women/minorities, places Putin's interests above those of his own country, etc. and Trump's executive orders are not popular, the latest being allowing airlines to charge extra on baggage fees but not disclose it to consumers.  This is not exactly hitting the ball out of the park.

in your liberal opinion. multitudes of liberals think he stinks at foreign policy merely because he doan buy into the appeasement/capitulation-based outcome diplomacy of the liberal democrats.

under trump America will be better than that.:P

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