58% of US Voters Approve Trump Economy Ahead of 2020, Poll
58 percent approve of President's performance regarding the economy
Fifty-eight percent of American voters approved of Donald Trump's performance regarding the growth of the economy, according to Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service poll.
Registered voters that are likely to vote in 2020 from both Republican-Democrat aisle where surveyed by the “Battleground Poll” that reached 1,000 between March 31-April 4, NBC News reported.
Of those surveyed, 59 percent noted concern about the chance of an economic decline.
But a massive 58 percent approve of President Donald Trump's performance regarding the economy.
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The report revealed that Trump has been moderately consistent at a 55 percent overall job approval rating.
A huge 82 percent of those surveyed revealed they are “extremely” likely to vote, one report says.
Seventy-four percent of Republicans responded 'yes' to the question of whether the country is going in the right direction, while le 92 percent of Democrats said no.
As an additional 18 percent of women said they would vote Democrat if voting on a generic congressional ballot, 58 percent of white women approved of Trump on the economy.
Great news! #MAGA pic.twitter.com/haZ1HbVpNu— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 11, 2019
Sixty-three percent of married white women approve of Trump on the economy.
In January, a poll revealed that the silent majority of Americans back Trump's push for the southern border wall.
Following a joint ABC News / Washington Post poll, more people support the President's wall, something he has promised since even before his presidency began.
Thirty-four percent of American citizens said they supported the U.S.-Mexico border wall a year ago.
But that number stands at 42 percent, the highest yet marked by similar polls.
In February, Trump celebrated a poll figure showing his presidential approval rating was higher than when he won the election in 2016.
The Presidents approval rating sourced 49 percent following his state of the Union address and the FISA memo release according to the conservative-leaning Rasmussen report. An estimated 75 percent of viewers approved his speech according to a CBS poll.