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TRUMP APPROVAL RATING Better than Obama and Reagan at Same Point in their Presidencies

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According to the latest FOX News poll President Donald Trump has a better rating than Presidents Obama and Reagan at the same point in their presidencies.

Remember folks, that is despite of   90% negative coverage from the far left media against the president. Imagine the ratings if the Trump hating media would set aside their animosity and just do their job.

President Trump’s approval is now at 45%.
And that is with 90% negative coverage from the far left mainstream media.

President Trump – 45%
President Obama – 44%
President Reagan – 44%

 

POLL SHOWS MILLENIALS TIRING OF DEMOCRAT PARTY

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Reuters/Ipsos surveyed 65,000 young adults in 2016, and then again at the same time in 2018—and the left seems to be quickly losing ground.

During the first three months of both 2016 and 2018, Reuters/Ipsos queried roughly 65,000 millenials on a range of issues, and their political affiliation. It was a credible poll—its margin for error no more than one percent—and what it showed suggests that even younger generations have begun to rethink their typically overwhelming allegiance to the Left.

In 2016, 55% of the surveyed youths reported that “if the election for U.S. Congress were held today,” they would vote for the Democratic congressional candidate in their respective districts. Only 27% supported the idea of a Republican representative in the House, with the remaining 18% unsure.

But in 2018, the same question prompted a significantly different response: While outright Republican support was much the same, standing around 28%, support for a potential Democratic nominee had dropped to 46%, and the margin of those stranded between had risen to 26%.

 

 

Read more: Reuters/Ipsos Poll Suggests Millenials Tiring of Democrats

POLL: DEMOCRAT CANDIDATES SUPPORTING TRUMP’S IMPEACHMENT COULD HELP GOP IN MIDTERMS

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  • Poll: Three in ten Democrats say they would either definitely vote against a candidate who favors impeachment (18%) or are unsure (12%). 70% of Democrats would definitely vote for such a candidate. Among Republicans, 84% would not back a candidate seeking to impeach President Trump. A plurality of independents (47%) say the same.

 

A NPR/PBS Newshour/Marist poll of likely voters shows that whether a candidate supports impeaching President Donald Trump could have an impact during the upcoming midterm elections:

A congressional candidate’s position on whether or not to impeach President Donald Trump could be a motivating factor in this year’s midterm elections. A plurality of registered voters (47%) say they would definitely vote against a candidate for Congress who wants to impeach the president. 42% would definitely vote for a candidate who has that intent, and 10% are unsure.

Notably, three in ten Democrats say they would either definitely vote against a candidate who favors impeachment (18%) or are unsure (12%). 70% of Democrats would definitely vote for such a candidate. Among Republicans, 84% would not back a candidate seeking to impeach President Trump. A plurality of independents (47%) say the same.

“If the question of impeachment dominates the news this fall, like so many other voter concerns, it breaks along partisan lines,” Dr. Lee M. Miringoff, director of The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, said. “But, because nearly one-third of Democrats are not eager to open up this debate, it is one potential campaign issue that advantages the GOP.”

 

 

Read more: Poll Shows Dem Candidates Supporting Trump’s Impeachment Could Help GOP in Midterms

TRUMP BREAKS 50% APPROVAL DESPITE OF CONSTANT MEDIA ONSLAUGHT, LACK OF GREAT ECONOMIC NEWS COVERAGE

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President Donald Trump has hit 50 per cent in Rasmussen's daily presidential approval tracking poll

 

President Donald Trump‘s approval rating hit 50 percent Friday in one major national poll for the first time since last June.

The Rasmussen Reports daily tracking poll shows half of all Americans say Trump is doing a good job in office, while 49 per cent disagree.

The president spent most of his first two months in office polling above 50 per cent, but a steady drumbeat of criticism and suspicion related to a trio of Russia investigations has dragged his numbers down.

Yet the president’s popularity has been buoyed by December’s tax cut package, especially as Americans begin to see results in their paychecks.

Trump’s numbers in the Rasmussen poll have only been in the 50-plus territory on 14 per cent of his days in office.

Read more: Trump breaks the 50 per cent approval barrier for the first time in EIGHT MONTHS in dramatic popularity surge

75% OF AMERICANS APPROVE TRUMP SOTU ADDRESS…QUARTER OF EMOTIONALLY UNSTABLE SNOWFLAKES DISAPPROVE

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CBS News says that 75 percent of Americans approved of the speech - which was the first of the Trump presidency. Just a quarter of the people who tuned in and took the poll had a disapproving view

 

Three in four Americans said they approved of Tuesday night’s State of the Union Address, according to a new poll.

CBS News says that 75 percent of Americans approved of the speech – which was the first of the Trump presidency. Just a quarter of the people who tuned in and took the poll had a disapproving view.

And when broken down – the numbers look even more positive and optimistic for the controversial president.

 

Read more: ‘This is our new American moment’: Three out of four Americans APPROVE of Trump’s State of the Union address, first poll shows

POLLS: TRUMP’S SUPPORT AMONG BLACKS, ESP. MEN, HAS DOUBLED SINCE 2016, AMID RACISM CLAIMS

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  • Among black men, Trump’s “2017 average approval rating significantly exceeds his 2016 vote share,” admitted a January 11 article in the Atlantic by author Ronald Brownstein. “23 percent of black men approved of Trump’s performance versus 11 percent of black women,” said the article.

 

The growing support from blacks — despite furious Democratic claims of racism — could become a shocking political validation in November when Trump will face millions of upper-income Democratic voters who are angry at his “Buy American, Hire American” policies.

Among black men, Trump’s “2017 average approval rating significantly exceeds his 2016 vote share,” admitted a January 11 article in the Atlantic by author Ronald Brownstein. “23 percent of black men approved of Trump’s performance versus 11 percent of black women,” said the article.

That score averages out to 17 percent, or twice the 8 percent score he was given in the 2016 exit polls.

In November 2016, Trump got 13 percent support among black men and 4 percent support among black women, according to the exit polls. That very low support was critical to his victory in the Democrats’ now-demolished “Blue Wall” states.

 

Read more: Narrative Busted: Trump’s Support Among Black Voters Has Doubled Since 2016

 

POLL: ROY MOORE AHEAD NINE POINTS

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BIRMINGHAM, AL - NOVEMBER 16: Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Judge Roy Moore speaks as his wife Kayla Moore looks on during a news conference with supporters and faith leaders, November 16, 2017 in Birmingham, Alabama. Moore refused to answer questions regarding sexual harassment allegations and pursuing relationships with underage women. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Commanding Lead: GOP Judge Roy Moore Storms out to Nine-Point Lead over Radical Democrat Doug Jones

 

Write-in candidate Lee Busby has the support of 4 percent of poll respondents.

The poll results were announced in this tweet early Monday morning:

 

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