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Five Different Pollsters Show Trump’s Approval Rating In The Mid-40s Since SOTU Speech

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Since President Donald Trump gave his widely praised 2018 State of the Union speech on January 30, five different polling organizations have found his approval rating at 43% or higher.

Keep in mind, President Trump received 46% of the popular vote in the 2016 presidential election.

Rasmussen Reports daily surveys found Trump’s approval rating among likely voters peaking at 49%, before coming down to 48% this week. His disapproval rating ranged from 49% to 53% since the speech.

Public Policy Polling, a Democratic Party firm, also found 44% of registered voters approving of Trump’s performance, while just half the country disapproves. That poll was conducted between February 9-11.

An Economist/YouGov Poll conducted from February 18-20 found Trump’s approval rating among registered voters at 44%, while his disapproval rating at 51%.

Harvard-Harris Poll conducted from February 16-19 found the president’s approval to disapproval spread at 44% to 55%.

A Fox News survey found that 43% of registered voters approve of Trump’s job performance, while 53% disapproved. That poll was conducted between February 10-13.

 

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