President Trump’s approval rating is soaring.
Americans don’t care about the lies pumped out every day by the mainstream media, they care about the economy. Democrats want voters to reject Trump entirely, but it’s not going to happen. The economy is flourishing; Americans once again feel confident about their futures.
The latest Rasmussen poll shows that 48 percent of voters approve of the president’s performance. 31 percent love what he’s doing.
Trump voters don’t regret their choice. Most Republicans are thrilled with the way the country is going. Democrats are still bitter over their loss, but they’re slowly coming around.
The success of Trump’s first year in office was cemented January when he delivered a powerful State of the Union address. Americans gobbled it up, 52 percent of voters loved the president’s message.
“Trump’s job performance has significantly improved — a solid bump — in the face of the tax cuts, strengthening the economy and successful State of the Union,” Mark Penn, co-director of the Harvard CAPS/Harris poll told the Hill.
“The 57 percent who approve of the job he is doing on the economy is the highest positive number he has ever achieved.”
The president’s approval rating has been steadily rising since the Republican tax plan was implemented. Many Americans took home weightier paychecks this month as a direct result of Trump’s policies.
The nonsense stories that Democrats are trying to distract voters with, like the Russia-collusion scandal, aren’t enough to bring President Trump’s reputation. They don’t have enough meat in them.
According to the Hill, “38 percent of voters approve of the job Republicans in Congress are doing and 39 percent approve of the job Democrats are doing. That’s a huge improvement for Republicans — in November, the party was polling at only 28 percent approval.”
President Trump’s second year in office looks to be even better than his first.