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President Trump Approval Rating up to 52%

President Donald Trump’s approval rating has surged to 52% according to Rasmussen the most accurate polling in 2020.

The most accurate polling in the 2016 election Rasmussen has come out with polling which has shown that President Trump’s approval rating has surged to 52% despite over 90% negative media coverage.

39% strongly approve of Trump and 39% strongly disapprove of his leadership.

The approval ratings for the President have been on a surge since the State of the Union where over 70% of Americans approved of the speech.

According to Rasmussen in February 11th, 2011 Barack Obama had a 50% approval rating despite the fact the media didn’t cover the Obama scandals.

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President Trump’s tackling of issues like Venezuela, abortion, socialism, immigration, and pulling out of countless foreign wars, have been at the center of the rise of his approval ratings.

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4 comments

  1. Funny how I couldn’t find this story in my beloved Washington Post?

    • Andrew Aleksi-Lankinen

      They are too busy blaming Trump for the fact Jeff Bezos sent naked photos of himself thinking he couldn’t be blackmailed.

  2. If you’re gonna push a handy-dandy tag-line like “The most accurate polling,” the you’re going to have to write an entire piece on polling and statistics to back that up.

    Otherwise, casually ignoring nearly 3 full dozen highly respected polls that say Trump’s approval is down in the low 40s…Well, just blowing off dozens of polls comes off more as your private little OpEd than any sort of reality check.

    • Andrew Aleksi-Lankinen

      I am sorry you are bothered over the fact that Rasmussen was the most accurate in 2016. Instead of focusing on me and bitching at me you should tell the pollsters you love so much to do a better job polling.

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