POTUS Trump’s Approval Rating Pops To 52% – Media & Deep State Stunned.

It wasn’t supposed to be like this. After billions worth of anti-Trump media coverage over two years, a lack of support among Establishment Republicans, and continued Deep State harassment, the Trump presidency was supposed to be beaten down into submission by now but instead it has remarkably grown stronger, stunning D.C. power brokers and their media cohorts.

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Via The Daily Mail:

Trump’s approval rating among likely voters soars to his best in 23 MONTHS at 52 per cent after State of the Union address as border-wall shutdown talks intensify

Rasmussen Reports poll as Trump at 52 per cent approval, his best showing in 23 months and a higher number than his winning edge in 2016
Significant up-swing since government-shutdown low of 43 per cent
New numbers were collected in the three days immediately following State of the Union address

Donald Trump’s job approval rating among likely U.S. voters hit 52 per cent on Monday in a daily tracking poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports, the polling organization he uses most frequently to promote himself.

That number is his highest since March 6, 2017, less than seven weeks after he took office. It has been even longer since Trump’s ‘strongly approve’ and ‘strongly disapprove’ numbers weren’t under water. They were even at 39 per cent on Monday.

Rasmussen’s Monday numbers suggest Trump could have a majority of Americans behind him and a leg up on his winning position from two years ago.

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Trump’s bump in the polls comes primarily from a re-energized base and growing approval among minority voters. That latter is something the socialist media neglects to talk about. President Trump’s support from minority communities across America is at historic highs for a republican president.

The current dynamic of the electorate is this – Trump’s supporters are living in reality while Trump detractors are clinging to media generated falsehoods. The U.S. economy is strong, the world is safer, jobs are plentiful, and family wages are on the rise – all things the “experts” said in 2016 would never happen. Trump was right (again) and those experts were wrong (again).

The hardcore left doesn’t oppose Trump via reasons based in reality but rather because of irrational emotion and it appears fewer and fewer are doing so these days as more and more learn to start thinking for themselves and subsequently seeing the anti-Trump media agenda for what it has always been – LIES.

With China negotiations that could culminate in a historic America-first trade agreement fully underway, peace in North Korea as close as it has ever been, and the predictable fall of socialism in Venezuela, 2019 is shaping up to be a very good year for President Trump and all U.S. citizens.


 

REPORT: Trump Approval Rating Much Higher Than Media Wants You To Believe

It’s another fake news moment by the Establishment Media. They know it. You know it. Certainly, the Trump White House knows it. Remember all of those polls in 2016 declaring Hillary Clinton the winner? They were repeatedly slanted, skewed, a sham of an attempt to convince Trump supporters to stay home and assure Clinton voters of certain victory.

Since Donald Trump’s stunning Election Day victory, this same Establishment Media continues to try and convince Americans he’s a far less popular president than he actually is, once again setting themselves up for some major eating crow moments in the coming weeks.

Via Investors Business Daily:

Trump’s Approval Rating Is Better Than You Think

Despite the overwhelmingly negative coverage of his administration, President Donald Trump’s approval rating is as high or higher than half of the previous six presidents at this point in their first terms. You won’t believe who scored better.

Trump has been enjoying a rare string of good news. The economy is humming and the jobless rate just hit a 49-year low. Trump won an intense battle over Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court. He secured a replacement for Nafta. His poll numbers are edging up. And Republican prospects in the midterm elections appear to have improved.

But according to the Gallup Poll, Trump’s approval rating as of his 632nd day in office was 44%.

Is that good or bad? That depends on the context. Trump has never polled well. Gallup had his approval rating at 45% the day he took office.

The mainstream press focused intensely on Trump’s initial rating, which was well below those of any president since Gallup first started tracking this in 1945.

Even Gerald Ford’s approval rating 90 weeks into his accidental presidency was 71%.

But the press lost interest in such comparisons as time went by.

Perhaps one reason is that, by this point in their first terms, approval ratings for most presidents had declined. Sometimes sharply.

As a matter of fact, Trump’s approval rating is now higher than, or tied with, three of the past six presidents at this point in their first terms.

He’s currently tied with Obama (at 44%), and above both Clinton (41%) and Reagan (42%).

Obama’s approval rating on day one was 67%, but steadily declined as his economic policies failed to re-energize the economy, despite the massive stimulus, while he forced through the highly unpopular ObamaCare.

Clinton’s eroded after he broke his promise on tax hikes.

At this point in Reagan’s first term, the economy was in a painful recession, and unemployment was above 10%.

Needless to say, each went on to win re-election handily.

But look at who scored higher than Trump: George W. Bush (67%), George H.W. Bush (56%), and Jimmy Carter (49%). W. was coming off his sky-high approval rating in the wake of 9/11, which peaked at 90%. He ended his second term at 34% approval. George H.W. had just started building up troops in preparation for liberating Kuwait in Operation Desert Storm. Carter had recently signed the Camp David Accords.

What does all this mean?

First, it means that anyone who thinks Trump’s low approval ratings today are a problem for his re-election prospects is mistaken. There’s no correlation. Three presidents with ratings as low or lower than Trump’s served two terms. Two with much higher approval ratings at this point ended up as one-term losers.

But there’s a broader point here.

Democrats and the press keep describing Trump as a hugely divisive figure. But the polls show that his approval is starting to line up with previous presidents.

What’s more, Trump’s low numbers are almost entirely because Democrats are universally opposed to him.

To see this effect, look at the IBD/TIPP polls from the same month in the Trump and Obama administrations.

In October 2010, Obama had an approval rating of 42%. Trump’s approval in the October 2018 IBD/TIPP poll is 40%.

Naturally, Democrats gave Obama a sky-high approval ratings, as do Republicans for Trump.

Among independents, there’s almost no difference — Trump’s approval is 33%, Obama’s was 34%.

But there’s a huge gap in how Democrats and Republicans viewed their political opponents.

At this point in Obama’s presidency, 10% of Republicans approved of the job Obama was doing. And that was after his massive failed stimulus, his signing of ObamaCare and Dodd-Frank, and other policies highly antagonistic to Republicans.

Trump, on the other hand, gets approval from a mere 5% of Democrats. That’s where it’s been throughout Trump’s presidency.

Republicans, in other words, were more forgiving of Obama than Democrats have been of Trump.

So, who’s being divisive here? Trump and the GOP? Or the Democrats who will hate Trump no matter what he does?


 

BOOM! Trump Approval Among Black Voters Up 14 Points Since Last Year.

Donald Trump has always enjoyed a higher approval rating among black voters than any other Republican candidate/president in decades (despite the media’s attempt to convince voters otherwise) but what has happened more recently is nothing short of astonishing. Polling this week shows Mr. Trump with a nearly 30% approval rating among black voters. Such a number is unprecedented, and a testament to the utter failure by the Establishment Media to alter reality. Americans love this president – and more and more are willing to say so.

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Today’s @realDonaldTrump approval ratings among black voters: 29% This time last year: 15% 
10:30 AM – 2 Aug 2018