HARD TO BELIEVE AFTER ALL THE NEGATIVE, BIAS NEWS COVERAGE …
According to the most recent Rasmussen Daily Presidential Tracking poll, President Donald Trump has a 50% approval rating among U.S likely voters. Heading into the 2018 midterm elections, Trump has wind in his sails and the American economy is roaring. After all of the bias, fake news against Trump by the liberal mainstream media, Trumps actions speak louder than their words. Trump rally is “Making America Great Again,” and the people are starting to realize it.
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Tuesday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-nine percent (49%) disapprove.
The latest figures include 35% who Strongly Approve of the way the president is performing and 40% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of -5. (see trends).
CNBC Poll: Majority of Americans approve of Trump’s Handling of the Economy for the First Time … 54% Say Economy is Good or Excellent, Highest in 10 Year!!!
DON’T LOOK NOW BUT THE POLLS ARE ALL TRENDING POSITIVE FOR TRUMP …
According to the most recent CNBC poll, 51% of Americans approve of Americans approve of the job in how President Donald Trump is handing the economy. This is the first time since President Trump took office that more than half of Americans approve of his handling of the economy. What is also trending positively for President Trump is is approval rating. The percentage of Americans who disapprove dropped 10 points to 47 percent, the lowest recorded by CNBC during his presidency. Fifty-four percent say the economy is good or excellent, the highest recorded by CNBC in the 10 years of the survey. The American people are beginning to realize President Trump is making America great again.
For the first time since President Donald Trump took office, the CNBC All-America Economic Survey shows more than half the public approving his handling of the economy, and it appears to be having some impact on his overall job approval rating.
The president’s economic approval rating surged 6 points to 51 percent with just 36 percent of the public disapproving, a 6 point drop from the March Survey.
His overall approving rating rose 2 points to 41 percent from the first quarter survey, but the percentage of Americans who disapprove dropped 10 points to 47 percent, the lowest recorded by CNBC during his presidency. Trump’s approval rating remains negative, at minus 6, but it’s also the lowest negative rating recorded since he took office.
And you wonder why the LEFT is freaking out and becoming even more unhinged that usual in their words and actions. Blue wave huh? I think the LEFT realized there will be no wave and they are losing their collective minds. Trump is tending upwards as the LEFT, Democrats, Deep State and liberal media have thrown the kitchen sink at this man and Trump is getting more popular.
According to The Hill, Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has an 18% approval rating in Kentucky. So before McConnell decides to mouth off and talk about President Trump’s demise, he might want to contemplate his own. If this swamp clown had any respect for the good people of Kentucky, the US Senate and the Republican party, he would step down and relinquish the reins to some one else who was up to the job. But instead, swamp creatures like McConnell just believe in m,maintaining power and could care less about the will of the people. Meanwhile, President Trump has a 60% approval rating in the Blue Grass state. McConnell represents all that is wrong with politics and the GOP, a tiring, old, dinosaur who is more worried about hanging on to power and doing nothing, than actually doing what he campaigned on. The issue Mitch isn’t that we and President Trump have “excessive expectations,” the problem is that you are a liar and an establishment politician who needs to go. The fact that you think that expecting our elected leaders to do what they campaign on for 7 years is excessive, more than tells us enough about you … DITCH MITCH!!!
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has an 18 percent job approval rating in Kentucky, according to a new survey.
A Public Policy Polling survey found just 18 percent of respondents approve of the job McConnell is doing, compared with 74 percent who disapprove.
If McConnell were up for reelection today, 37 percent of respondents said they would vote for the Kentucky Republican. Another 44 percent would instead choose a Democratic opponent, according to the survey.
An additional 19 percent said they were unsure.
McConnell’s seat will be on the ballot next in 2020.
Earlier this month, President Trump took aim at McConnell after the Kentucky Republican vented about the president’s “excessive expectations” for his agenda.
Trump questioned why McConnell had not yet been able to pass a new healthcare plan and Trump’s top spokeswoman said there is “some frustration” with the Senate leader.
The poll also finds that just 27 percent of respondents approved of the Senate GOP’s healthcare bill that collapsed last month.
Nearly half, 49 percent of respondents, disapproved of the legislation.
President Trump has an approval rating of 60 percent in Kentucky. Slightly more than one-third of respondents, 36 percent, disapprove of the job the president is doing.
SORRY POLLING FOLKS … A PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION TRUMPS POLLING!!!
When will the polling folks finally understand or come to grips with the facts that they have no idea what they are doing and more importantly, no one cares what their polls say? From the Politico comes the following Gallup poll that states that says that President Donald J. Trump is starting his presidency with the lowest initial rating in modern polling era. This following polls prior to the 2016 Presidential election that said Donald Trump had no chance of winning. Also, you know why Gallup no longer does horse race election polling? Because their polls were so wrong in the past. Of course we live in divided times, however, Trump looks at this as an opportunity. The poll praises the opening ratings of Barack Obama’s opening approval rating in January 2009 was 67%, hmm, how did Obama do as a president? Even with a BS ending approval rating of 59%, Americans, many of who were Democrats, could not wait to vote for Donald Trump and dismantle the disastrous Obama years.
You can come up with all the contrived, bias polls you want to drive the news cycle, Trump will be evaluated by the people on the job he does, not your selective models.
The first measurement of President Donald Trump’s job-approval rating shows Americans divided over his performance in his three days in the Oval Office.
Trump’s approval rating in the Gallup survey, conducted last Friday through Sunday, opens at 45 percent — the same percentage of Americans that said they disapprove of Trump’s first weekend on the job.
In fact, Trump is beginning his presidency with the lowest initial approval rating in the modern polling era, according to Gallup.
But while Trump’s first approval rating is improved from the poor reviews Americans gave to his presidential transition, it is also lower than previous presidents — a sign Trump has entered the White House without the same support from Americans that others have enjoyed. Barack Obama’s opening approval rating in January 2009 was 67 percent, George W. Bush’s was 57 percent in 2001, Bill Clinton’s was 58 percent in 1993, George H.W. Bush’s was 51 percent in 1989 and Ronald Reagan’s was also 51 percent in 1981.
Jimmy Carter’s first approval rating in 1977 was 66 percent, Richard Nixon’s was 59 percent in 1969, John Kennedy began his presidency in 1961 with a 72-percent approval rating and Dwight Eisenhower’s first approval rating in 1953 was 68 percent.
Trump’s initial approval rating is also lower than the scores for Gerald Ford (71 percent) and Lyndon Johnson (78 percent), who entered the Oval Office following – respectively – the resignation and assassination of their predecessors.
Trump’s initial approval rating also stands in contrast to Obama’s final score before his presidency ended last week: 59 percent of Americans surveyed from last Tuesday through Thursday said they approved of Obama’s job performance, though Obama’s average approval rating over his eight years averaged to just under 48 percent.
As I continue to ask, what the hell are the liberals, Democrats and MSM going to do when Donald Trump is successful and does make America great again?
Former President George W. Bush Has a Greater Favorability Rating Than Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama
MISS HIM YET?
According to a recent CNN/ORC poll, former President George W. Bush has a greater favorability rating than both Barack Obama and 2016 Democrat wannabe president Hillary Clinton. GWB has a 52% favorably and 43 unfavorable … Obama has a 49% favorable and 49% unfavorable rating and a job approval of 45% approve, 52% disapprove. George W. Bush even polls better than the presumptive Democrat 2016 presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
The complete poll can be read HERE.
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President Barack Obama’s job approval numbers are sinking as American attitudes about the nation’s progress have taken a turn for the worse, according to a new CNN/ORC poll.
A majority of the public once again say things in the U.S. are going pretty badly and disapproval of Obama’s job performance has climbed back above 50% as well.
According to the poll, 52% of adults had a favorable impression of George W. Bush, 43% unfavorable. When Bush left office in 2009, only about one-third of Americans said they had a positive opinion of him. This new poll presents a notable shift as Bush’s overall favorability has remained well below 50% for much of his time as a presidential alum.
Overall, 47% say things in the country are going well, 52% that they’re going badly. That’s a reversal from March, when 53% said things were going well, the highest share to say so during Obama’s presidency. The shift comes across partisan and demographic lines, with no one group’s opinions driving the overall change.
Obama’s approval rating has suffered a similar blow.
While it’s dropped since April, going from a near-even 48% approve to 47% disapprove split to a negative-tilting 52% disapprove to 45% approve, the rising disapproval ratings come across party lines, from both men and women, from whites and non-whites.