Trump’s Approval Rating Soars to Highest Level, Destroys Obama's
The truth about what real Americans think about Trump is relatively evident
Despite the media claiming the entire country is united against the policies of Donald Trump, the silent majority has spoken, revealing that the President's approval rating is almost at its highest level, and more than Obama's at this point in his Presidency.
Even as the leftists throw tantrums in the run-up to the confirmation process of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the truth about what real Americans think about Trump is relatively evident.
The latest Rasmussen Reports Presidential Tracking Poll was revealed on Friday showing at a majority — 51 percent — of likely voters approve of Trump's progress so far.
According to the WJ: While that isn’t precisely an earth-shattering sum, it’s bigger than former President Barack Obama’s approval rating at the same point in his presidency.
“The latest figures include 38% who Strongly Approve of the president is performing and 39% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of -1,” Rasmussen reported.
“By comparison, Barack Obama earned a presidential approval index rating of -11 on October 5, 2010, in the second year of his presidency,” the polling group said.
The 51 percent approval rating for Trump is the highest it has been since March 2017.
That could be part of a trend that Democrats didn’t see coming: Their generally publicized efforts to derail Kavanaugh’s confirmation seem to be supporting Republicans.
If true, that’s terrible news for the Democratic Party as the November midterm election approaches.
“(O)ver a month away from critical elections across the country, the wide Democratic enthusiasm advantage that has defined the 2018 campaign up to this point has disappeared,” NPR said this week.
“In July, there was a 10-point gap between the number of Democrats and Republicans saying the November elections were ‘very important,’” the report said, summarizing a poll that it helped conduct. “Now, that is down to 2 points, a statistical tie.”
In addition to the frustrations arising from the Kavanaugh issue, the generally strong economy is anticipated to play a significant role in Trump’s poll numbers.
Just a month ago, the number of American workers filing for unemployment hit a nearly 50-year low.
The seasonally adjusted total of 203,000 unemployment claims was the lowest level since December 1969, when Richard Nixon was president, according to the Labor Department.
All of this adds up to one conclusion: Democrats are facing serious strains in their attempts to start winning again.
From the Supreme Court to Congress and the presidency, the left is currently spinning its wheels … and while nothing is set in stone, that looks like it could continue for the foreseeable future.