If you ask liberals, they will say that President Trump has an all-time low approval rating at the 100-day point. But the rest of Americans know the truth, and that was proven by a recent poll indicating that voters who supported him in the last year’s election would undoubtedly still do so.
One ABC News/Washington Post poll stationed Trump’s approval rating at 42 percent, while the disapproval rating was 53 percent. More so, it was noted that the average percentage for previous presidents near 100 days in office is 69 percent approval and 19 percent disapproval.
However, people who voted for the president have no regrets whatsoever. The poll shows that no less than 96 percent of those who voted for Trump back in November would do that again today, as ABC noted.
On the other side of the political isle, the Democratic party is facing 67 percent of people that think the party is very distant from the issues of the everyday Americans. On top of that, Trump’s insisting and fighting for companies to remain in the U.S. got him high rankings (73 percent). Additionally, 51 percent of Americans approved of his missile strike on Syria from not too long ago.
The specifics of the poll were: 1,004 adults surveyed April 17-20 with an error margin of 3.5 percentage points, reports Conservatives Here.
Meanwhile, the results of a recent Fox News Poll show that voters think Russia interfered in the U.S. election (by a 55-34 percent margin), and five times as many think the Kremlin wanted a President Trump (65 percent) as opposed to a President Hillary Clinton (13 percent).
A 53 percent majority thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin does not take Trump seriously, while 38 percent think he does. Still, that’s more than twice as many as said Putin took President Obama seriously (16 percent, August 2014).
By a 51-32 percent margin, voters favor punishing Russian meddling by imposing new sanctions.
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