Donald Trump’s Approval Soars to 85% In GOP - Higher than Day He Left Office
Rasmussen Reports survey releases promising figures
Former President Donald Trump’s approval rating has soared a year after he left office, with 9 in 10 Republicans having a favorable view of him, a new poll has revealed.
A new Rasmussen Reports survey revealed 52% of voters now have a favorable impression of the 45th president, while 47% do not.
Meanwhile, 85% of Republicans have a favorable view of Trump, as 63% declared a “very favorable” opinion.
What's more, even 23% of Democrats and 51% of independents agree.
When Trump left office, his Rasmussen approval rating was 51%.
Trump's GOP approval was 84%, meaning his support has grown.
The survey shows that Republicans are loyal to Trump despite the establishment media doing everything they could smear him, blaming him for division and the Jan. 6 Capitol riots.
Trump has repeatedly signaled he will run in 2024.
Biden said he would run reelection if Trump followed through.
Another Rasmussen poll shows voters don’t think Biden will win, as many believe issues with his mental capacity could hinder his ability to lead.
Just 28% of voters predicted Biden’s reelection.
"Voter confidence in President Joe Biden’s ability to do the job remains low, and most don’t expect a second term for the oldest president in U.S. history."
37% said that they expect Biden to lose to a GOP challenger.
21% said he would resign before his term ended.
Just over half of Democrats believe Biden would win a second term, and just 21% said he would be defeated.
Rasmussen commented on the statistic:
“Just 37% of voters believe Biden is really doing the job of president, while a majority (53%) think others are making decisions for him behind the scenes and another 10% are not sure.”
Earleir this week, Biden blamed the Capitol riot on Trump, without saying his name directly.
Biden said the phrase “former president” in reference to Trump 17 times.
He went directly at Trump’s ongoing claims that the 2020 election was “stolen” by Democrats with this line:
“He’s not just a former president; he’s a defeated former president.”
“For the first time in our history, a president had not just lost an election, he tried to prevent the peaceful transfer of power as a violent mob breached the Capitol,” Biden said.
“We didn’t see a former president who had just rallied the mob to attack sitting in the private dining room of the Oval Office in the White House, watching it all on television, and doing nothing for hours as police were assaulted, lives at risk, the nation’s capital under siege,” he added.