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Post by RoadScholar » Mon Oct 09, 2017 10:45 am

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Trump's popularity is slipping in rural America: poll
This is not going to turn into votes for a Democrat for President. These people are unhappy because he's not accomplishing the worst of his promises. A Democrat is not what they are going to want. They are going to want someone more extreme than DOTUS or they will settle for him again, but they won't vote for a sensible person with sane and humane policies. I only have seen one person in any interview express that they no longer support him because of his actual bad policies - particularly his destructive Cabinet choices. Everyone else is mad because he's not blowing up the country and deporting everyone who is not white bread.
It doesn't have to. I hate to agree with Karl Rove, but American elections no longer depend on voters switching party choices... the critical thing is now who stays home vs. who votes. Hence the Right Wing Outrage Machine™.

If R voters are disgusted with Trump and stay home... well, OK then.
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Re: Presidential Approval Polls 2017

Post by RVInit » Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:15 am

It would be great if these outrage voters would stay home on voting day, and sane voters would come out in huge numbers.
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Re: Presidential Approval Polls 2017

Post by Addie » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:37 pm

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Americans disagree with Trump on kneeling football players

President Trump has been met with criticism from many Americans this last week for his response to Hurricane Maria. But he also gets negative ratings for his response to the latest football controversy – the protests by some National Football League players during the playing of the national anthem before NFL games. In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, only 30% of the public approves of the President’s handling of the NFL protests. A majority disapproves.

On this question, NFL fans (44% of the public) are slightly more negative than the public at large about the President on this issue. Nearly half of them strongly disapprove.

The President has sent out multiple tweets about the NFL protests, and some of them have expressed strong negative feelings. The public – as well as the self-described NFL fan base – is divided in their opinion about the protests, which first manifested as a few players “taking a knee,” followed by a mix of kneeling, standing with locked arms and some raised fists. As many say the NFL should require players to stand during the anthem as say the opposite. However, though the President would fire protesting players, Americans, fans and non-fans alike, would not. ...

Most Americans see this protest as a matter of race, not an issue of patriotism, and whites and blacks respond to the protests (and to football in general) differently. Blacks are more likely than whites to say they are fans of the NFL. 52% of whites oppose the players’ right to protest by kneeling during the national anthem, 70% of blacks (83% of black fans) support that right. But neither whites nor blacks think protesting players should be fired or that kneeling during the anthem should be illegal; both groups disapprove of the President’s handling of the situation.
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Re: Presidential Approval Polls 2017

Post by Addie » Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:38 pm

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Poll finds little support for deporting DACA recipients

Fewer than one in five Americans are in favor of deporting immigrants brought to the U.S. as children without legal permission, according to a poll by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research released Tuesday.

The survey pegged support for the deportations at just 19 percent. Conversely, about 60 percent are in favor of allowing those immigrants — often called "Dreamers" — to stay in the U.S. legally.

Twenty-two percent said they were opposed to letting the young immigrants stay in the country legally.

Support for allowing Dreamers to stay in the U.S. legally was highest among Democrats, at eight in 10. Sixty-eight percent of Hispanics, 61 percent of blacks and 57 percent of whites said they should be allowed to remain in the country.

More than four in 10 Republicans said they support extending deportation protections.
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Re: Presidential Approval Polls 2017

Post by Addie » Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:31 pm

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Trump's Approval Ratings Have Dropped in Every State Since the Inauguration ...

According to the Morning Consult poll, Trump's national net rating has dropped 19 points since January. And the president is faring poorly even in many of the deep-red states that helped him win the election: In Tennessee, Mississippi and Kentucky, his approval rating has fallen by 20 or more points.

A majority of voters in 25 states along with Washington, D.C., say they disapprove of Trump's presidential performance as of September. He's managed to retain support from a majority of voters in just 12 states.

These findings arrive on the heels of a new Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll that revealed that Trump's favorability among Americans in rural stretches of the country is also declining. Reuters determined that Trump's immigration policy has been a major factor in his waning popularity. Rural Americans' approval of Trump's actions on immigration has dropped 10 percentage points since his January inauguration.
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Vox: Trump’s popularity is falling in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan; And basically everywhere else.
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Re: Presidential Approval Polls 2017

Post by Volkonski » Tue Oct 10, 2017 3:25 pm

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Trump's Approval Ratings Have Dropped in Every State Since the Inauguration ...

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Only in every state? Not in more than that? :?
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Re: Presidential Approval Polls 2017

Post by MN-Skeptic » Tue Oct 10, 2017 3:30 pm

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Trump's Approval Ratings Have Dropped in Every State Since the Inauguration ...

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Only in every state? Not in more than that? :?
I'm pretty sure there are at least a couple of U.S. Territories which are not happy with Trump.

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Re: Presidential Approval Polls 2017

Post by Addie » Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:57 am

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Poll: Two-thirds say Trump comments making North Korean situation worse

A majority of Americans said they believed President Trump's intensified rhetoric on North Korea has made relations between Washington and Pyongyang worse, according to a newAssociated Press/NORC Center for Public Affairs Research survey.

Sixty-five percent of Americans polled said Trump's recent comments regarding North Korea and its nuclear weapons program have made relations between the two nations worse.

Forty-five percent of those polled said the comments had made relations much worse, while only 8 percent of those polled said he was improving the situation.

The poll was conducted after the president ripped North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on the floor of the United Nations in September, famously dubbing him as "rocket man."
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Re: Presidential Approval Polls 2017

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Poll: 70% of Americans fed up with Trump's Twitter antics

President Donald Trump should stop tweeting, the vast majority of voters said in a Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday.

A whopping 70% of voters think the president should stop tweeting from his personal account, @realdonaldtrump, a number that has continued to grow over time. ...

Overall, 56% of voters disapprove of Trump's job performance as president, compared to 57% in the September poll, and 55% said he isn't fit to serve in office. However, 81% of Republicans approve of Trump, while only 12% disapprove. ...

Voters are more evenly split on Trump's handling of the economy: 48% of voters approve, while 46% of voters disapprove. A total of 61% of voters — close to an all-time high, notes Quinnipiac — said the country's economy is "excellent," or "good," while 37% said it is "not so good" or "poor."

However, 72% of voters are either "somewhat dissatisfied" or "very dissatisfied," with the country's direction overall.
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The economy: Thanks, Obama.

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Re: Presidential Approval Polls 2017

Post by Addie » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:58 am

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Trump’s Approval Rating Is Lowest Among Opposition Party Since Polls Began (And It’s Not Even Close)

President Donald Trump has the lowest approval rating among voters of the opposition party since modern polling began more than six decades ago. Just 8 percent of Democrats approve of the job Trump is doing, according to extensive polling conducted by the Pew Research Center in February, April and June.

The previous lowest figure during a president’s first year was the 22 percent, experienced by Bill Clinton. Barack Obama, who encountered severe opposition from Republicans, had a 23 percent approval rating among the opposition party in his first year in office, according to Pew data. Even when Obama left the White House in January, he had the support of 14 percent of Republicans, though at one point his number did dip as low as 6 percent.

In part, Trump’s numbers represent the growing partisan divide in the United States. Obama had a 62 percent gap in his approval rating among Republicans and Democrats, compared with just 32 percent as recently as the presidency of George H.W. Bush.

But under Trump that divide has gone to far greater extremes. Republicans responding to the Pew poll gave him an 88 percent approval rating, meaning there was an 80-point gap between the two parties.
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Trump’s Approval Rating Is Lowest Among Opposition Party Since Polls Began (And It’s Not Even Close)

President Donald Trump has the lowest approval rating among voters of the opposition party since modern polling began more than six decades ago. Just 8 percent of Democrats approve of the job Trump is doing, according to extensive polling conducted by the Pew Research Center in February, April and June.

The previous lowest figure during a president’s first year was the 22 percent, experienced by Bill Clinton. Barack Obama, who encountered severe opposition from Republicans, had a 23 percent approval rating among the opposition party in his first year in office, according to Pew data. Even when Obama left the White House in January, he had the support of 14 percent of Republicans, though at one point his number did dip as low as 6 percent.

In part, Trump’s numbers represent the growing partisan divide in the United States. Obama had a 62 percent gap in his approval rating among Republicans and Democrats, compared with just 32 percent as recently as the presidency of George H.W. Bush.

But under Trump that divide has gone to far greater extremes. Republicans responding to the Pew poll gave him an 88 percent approval rating, meaning there was an 80-point gap between the two parties.
What a piece of trash from Newsweek. Way to use a demonstrably false narrative to sell your drivel!
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Re: Presidential Approval Polls 2017

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Support for stricter gun laws hits all-time high in poll

Support among American voters for stricter gun control laws has reached an all-time high in a Quinnipiac University poll.

Sixty percent of respondents in the poll said they support tightening gun laws, while 36 percent said they are opposed to doing so. The support for stricter gun control tops the previous high of 54 percent in a June Quinnipiac poll. ...

In the Quinnipiac survey, 73 percent said they support banning devices that allow gun owners to modify semi-automatic rifles to mimic fully automatic weapons. Only 25 percent of voters oppose prohibiting such devices, commonly called bump stocks.

A majority of voters who identify Republicans — 62 percent — said that such gun modifications should be banned. An even greater percentage of voters who live in households where there is a gun favor outlawing the devices. ...

Background checks have wide support among Americans at 94 percent, the Quinnipiac poll found. Even among those in gun-owning households, 93 percent are in favor of background checks.

Nearly two-thirds of respondents say they support a ban on the sale of assault weapons, as well as a prohibition on the sale of high-capacity magazines that hold more than 10 rounds
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Puerto Rico is officially a problem for Trump. His numbers are worse than Bush’s post-Katrina. ...

Quinnipiac University is providing some of the first full-scale reviews of Trump's handling of Hurricane Maria and its aftermath, and it's bad news for Trump: Just 36 percent say the federal government has done enough, while 55 percent say it hasn't. Negative views have increased since an AP-NORC poll a week ago showing 49 percent disapproved.

That may seem as if it's just mirroring how people feel more generally about Trump. But if you look closer, the negative views of his Puerto Rico response lie in stark contrast to reviews of him on other hurricanes and the tragedy in Las Vegas. Trump gets positive marks on Hurricane Harvey in Texas (57 percent say his administration has done enough, vs. 27 percent who say it hasn't), Hurricane Irma in Florida (57 to 26) and the massacre in Las Vegas (50 to 34).

In other words, people are willing to see the good in Trump's responses, but they just aren't seeing it on Puerto Rico.

And Thursday's tweets will probably only exacerbate that. Undergirding the sense that the administration hasn't come through in Puerto Rico is the belief that Trump simply doesn't care about the heavily Hispanic U.S. territory. Asked whether Trump “cares about the problems facing Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria,” a majority — 52 percent — say he doesn't, while just 43 percent say he does.
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Post by RVInit » Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:04 pm

I am listening to Kelly in the press conference right now. I am disappointed that no reporter asked Kelly why Trump did not tweet the same thing (fema won't be there forever, etc) about Texas or Florida. He only tweeted this about Puerto Rico. It goes beyond that "it's true that FEMA won't be there forever". He specifically criticized Puerto Ricans for not doing more for themselves.
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Poll: Large majority want Trump to make ObamaCare work

A large majority of the public — 71 percent — want President Trump to try and make ObamaCare work rather than make it fail, according to a new poll released Friday.

A Kaiser Health Tracking poll found that 21 percent of Americans surveyed want Trump and his administration to do what they can to make the law fail so that it can be replaced later.

Meanwhile, 93 percent of Democrats and 74 percent of independents say the administration should do what it can to make the health care law work.

About half of Republicans say the same, while 43 percent say Trump should make the law fail.

Two-thirds of those polled said it is more important for Trump and Congress to work on legislation to stabilize ObamaCare's marketplaces than continue with efforts to repeal and replace the law.

And 30 percent say it is more important for the administration and Congress to press forward with repeal and replace efforts than to stabilize the markets.
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Poll: Large majority want Trump to make ObamaCare work

A large majority of the public — 71 percent — want President Trump to try and make ObamaCare work rather than make it fail, according to a new poll released Friday.

A Kaiser Health Tracking poll found that 21 percent of Americans surveyed want Trump and his administration to do what they can to make the law fail so that it can be replaced later.

Meanwhile, 93 percent of Democrats and 74 percent of independents say the administration should do what it can to make the health care law work.

About half of Republicans say the same, while 43 percent say Trump should make the law fail.

Two-thirds of those polled said it is more important for Trump and Congress to work on legislation to stabilize ObamaCare's marketplaces than continue with efforts to repeal and replace the law.

And 30 percent say it is more important for the administration and Congress to press forward with repeal and replace efforts than to stabilize the markets.
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Post by Addie » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:42 am

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Poll: Most Americans want Trump to deal with Democrats

A majority of Americans is in favor of President Trump making deals with Democrats, according to a CBS/YouGov poll out Sunday.

About 90 percent of Trump's supporters said they are either in favor of or would accept Trump striking a deal with Democrats. A majority of Americans who oppose Trump also said they would like or accept Democrats working with Trump. ...

Thirty-nine percent of Republicans said they their representatives don’t like Trump and are actively trying to undermine him.

Another 37 percent of Republicans said they think those same GOP lawmakers also don’t like the president, and only “pretend" to pass legislation. ...

Many respondents also said they worry the U.S. might be on the path toward another world war, with 30 percent saying they believe the nation is headed to another global conflict and another 48 percent saying it’s a possibility.
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Post by kate520 » Sun Oct 15, 2017 9:30 pm

War, because that’s what presidents* with tiny penises do. I can’t think of another reason. Trumps been waving that thing around since before the election. The only reasons to go to war were caused by him. Stupid OSG.
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Post by Addie » Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:36 am

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Post-Maria, Trump's approval rating on hurricanes down 20 points

WASHINGTON (CNN)President Donald Trump's approval rating for handling the federal government's response to recent hurricanes has dropped 20 points in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.

In mid-September, 64% of Americans said they approved of Trump's handling of the US hurricane response. That finding followed his administration's handling of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, which hit the US mainland in late-August and September. Now, as many Puerto Ricans remain without access to clean water or electricity nearly a month after Maria hit, just 44% say they approve. ...

In the September poll, majorities of men and women and majorities across age groups approved of the way Trump was handling the Hurricane response. Now, among women, just 36% approve, while only 32% of those under age 45 approve.

The 64% approval rating Trump held on this issue in September was the highest the President had received for any issue in CNN's polling since he took office in January, exceeding his previous high of 55% approval for handling the economy in March by 9 points.
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Poll: Almost half think media fabricate Trump reports

Nearly half of voters surveyed in a new poll think the media make up stories about President Trump and his administration.

A Politico/Morning Consult poll finds 46 percent of voters think the media fabricate reports about Trump and his administration.

Only 37 percent of voters disagree and another 17 percent are undecided, according to the poll.

The percentage of Republican voters who think the media make up stories about Trump is even higher.

Seventy-six percent of Republicans think the media fabricate stories about Trump and his administration. About 20 percent of Democrats think the media make up stories, but 65 percent of Democrats disagree.

Still, just 28 percent of voters believe the government should be able to take away the broadcast licenses of news organizations. A majority of voters, 51 percent, disagree that the government should have that power and another 21 percent are undecided.
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CNN poll: Most Americans oppose Trump's tax reform plan

Washington (CNN) A slim majority of Americans (52%) oppose President Donald Trump's recent tax reform proposals, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS, while only one-third (34%) say they support the Trump plan.

Support is split largely along party lines: eight-in-10 Democrats (81%) say they oppose the plans, but seven-in-10 Republicans (70%) say they support them. Independents break against the proposals: 50% opposed to 35% in favor. About 14% say they don't have an opinion.

Indeed, half of Americans disapprove of the way Trump is handling taxes, the highest level in CNN polling so far, while only 36% say they approve of his job performance on taxes. This is similar to a 34% approve to 47% disapprove split on the issue in September. ...

Only one-quarter of Americans (24%) believe they and their families will be better off if Trump's tax plans are signed into law; more expect to be worse off (31%). A plurality (37%) say they and their families will be about the same should the plan pass.

The poll finds Americans tilt negative on the plan's prospects for the national economy as well, but by a smaller margin. While 35% say the economy would get worse under the plan, 31% think it would get better.
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CNN poll: Most want focus on making the health care system work

Washington (CNN)With the start of open-enrollment for Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges around the country fast approaching, nearly six in 10 Americans say the Trump administration is doing too little to make sure the nation's health insurance system works the way it should, according a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.

A similar 60% say that trying to make sure the current health insurance system works should be a higher priority than trying to replace the current system with something else. ...

About four in 10 Americans -- and most Republicans (66%) -- say it should be a higher priority for the Trump administration and Congress to try to replace the current health care system. But most Americans are doubtful that the President and Republican-controlled Congress will be able to make progress on health care reform this year. Overall, just 33% say that's very or somewhat likely, while 63% say it's unlikely. Republicans are more optimistic than others that the government led by their party will make progress, but still, just 49% see it as likely. ...

Overall, six in 10 disapprove of the way the President is handling health care generally, and 62% say they disapprove of his recent decision to allow employers to stop offering coverage of prescription contraceptives if they have religious or moral objections. Just 32% approve of that policy.
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Poll: 42 percent think Trump will be remembered as one of worst presidents in history

Forty-two percent of Americans think President Trump will be remembered as one of the worst presidents in U.S. history, according to a new Marist Poll.

Another 16 percent think Trump will be remembered as a below average leader.

Only 18 percent of respondents expect Trump will be remembered as an above average president or one of the best presidents in history.

Forty-eight percent of Republicans think Trump will be remembered as one of the best or an above average president.

About one-third of Republicans think Trump will be remembered as an average president.

According to the poll, 70 percent of Democratic respondents think Trump will be remembered as one of the worst presidents in history, while another 18 percent of Democrats think Trump will be remembered as a below average president.

Sixty percent of independents expect Trump will be remembered as a below average leader or one of the worst presidents in history.
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