Trump Hits Record High Approval Rating Following Mueller Report
Gallup poll reveals surge in job approval rating, the highest in the series
President Donald Trump's job approval rating rose sharply over the past month to 45% in an April 1-9 Gallup poll, which has increased by 39% compared to March.
This is the third time Trump has reached 45% job approval rating in Gallup trends, the highest in the series.
This is the first time Gallup' measured Trump's approval since the conclusion of special counsel Robert Mueller's report into alleged Russian collusion, which cleared the presdient of any wrongdoing.
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Attorney General William Barr's summary concluded there was zero Russian involvement in the Trump campaign, which destroyed the Russia narrative Trump's opponents were using which were having an adverse on his approval ratings.
But Democrats like Nancy Pelosi still doubt Barr's synopsis of Mueller's findings and is demanding to see the full documents.
Despite Trump's hurdles, Americans are still slightly more approving of him even before the conclusion of the report.
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Trump's previous 45% readings were released in his first week in office, then again in June 2018 following his meeting with Kim Jong-un.
Yesterday, we reported that the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service poll revealed fifty-eight percent of American voters approved of Donald Trump's performance regarding the growth of the economy.
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.