We just had a poll put his approval at 40%….
Now we have another poll dropping his approval at 36%…..
Something IS going on here…
The inverse is the DISapproval number is 62%…..
The life persever of the Economy seems to be slipping away from him…
Donald Trump spends EVERYDAY trying to hurt his approval because he doesn’t have any concept of what he’s doing, except flying by the sit of his pants with a whole country strapped to his back….
Now it’s 14 months out from the November elections….
But right now?
Donald Trump seems to be running things in a hole….
Sixty-two percent of Americans said they disapprove of the job Trump is doing, while just 36 percent approve, according to the Associated Press–NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll released Thursday.
While low compared to former President Obama, Trump’s latest approval rating is relatively consistent with the polling results seen throughout his first term. Trump’s approval rating has stayed between 32 and 42 percent throughout his time in office, the AP noted.Amid fears of a recession, which Trump and administration officials have dismissed, 46 percent of Americans now approve of Trump’s handling of the economy, based on the poll.
Approval for Trump’s handling of the economy is strongest among Republicans, at 84 percent, but even 16 percent of Democrats support his economic policy. By contrast, just 5 percent of Democrats support the president’s overall performance.
Trump’s approval in other policy-specific areas is much lower, pollsters found. Thirty-six percent of Americans approve of Trump’s foreign policy and gun policy, 37 percent approve of his health care policy and just 38 percent approve of his immigration policy….
I’ve been saying all the cheery bull shit about the economy is just THAT….Bull Shit…
Mr. Trump’s most loyal backers are maintaining a rosy outlook on the economy. Among Republicans who strongly approve of the president, 68 percent said that both their own finances and the broader economy were doing well. But among Republicans who are more lukewarm about Mr. Trump, only 36 percent said the same. And among independents, whose views could be critical to Mr. Trump’s re-election chances, only 16 percent said they felt good about both their own finances and the economy.
Asked about their biggest economic worries, Democrats identified income inequality, while Republicans cited taxes and government spending. As for their personal finances, Democrats were more concerned than Republicans with immediate problems like low wages and high housing costs; Republicans were more focused on longer-run issues like saving for retirement….