Rasmussen has consistently shown one of the highest approval ratings for Trump among all pollsters — with numbers putting the president at or even above 50 percent for some of his term. These.
The President's approval rating in Rasmussen Reports, a right-leaning and oft-criticized polling firm beloved by Trump, dipped below 40% for the first time ever Monday.The latest right-leaning Rasmussen Reports survey shows 56% disapproval of Trump and 43% approval. The same survey conducted at the beginning of March had shown Trump with 48% approval and 50%.Conservative Fighters cited Trump's 50 percent approval rating by Rasmussen Reports on Monday and noted that Obama on September 16, 2011, was four points lower at 46 percent, according to the poll.
It shows Trump at 39 percent in job approval right now, very near the 40 percent average for his presidency as a whole (the lowest of any president since Gallup began measuring approval ratings.
President Donald Trump's approval rating has fallen amid news of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, which has caused steep stock market losses all week, according to a new poll. The results from the Rasmussen Reports survey show that Trump's approval rating on Friday hit 47% among likely U.S. voters, with 52% disapproving, down from 52% approval the day before.
Rasmussen typically overstates Trump’s support among the public, which is why the president tends to cite this poll more than any other. If this pollster shows his approval rating tanking, then.
When we first debuted our 2020 Electoral College ratings way back in February 2019, we had a couple of ratings that we thought might raise eyebrows: We rated Michigan, Donald Trump’s closest.
And in Trump’s favorite survey, the Trump-skewing Rasmussen daily tracking poll, his approval rating has dropped four points in a matter of days. The last time Trump was above water in that poll.
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll sponsored by by Coffee With Scott Adams for Friday shows that 44% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance.
President Trump's job approval sank toward a two-year low on Wednesday, according to a survey from the right-leaning polling firm Rasmussen.The poll released Wednesday shows 42 percent of likely U.
According to a new poll, 40% of likely black voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. This data came from a new report by Rasmussen, which was released on Friday.
Trump’s approval rating shot to 50 percent after his address, according to new Rasmussen Reports polling, showing that viewers are behind his ideas for the economy, border security, foreign policy.
Trump has repeatedly touted his ratings from Rasmussen, which are frequently more favorable toward the president than other polling outlets. According to RealClearPolitics, Rasmussen is the only poll that has shown Trump's approval rating at or above 50 percent.
President Donald Trump ’s approval rating has reached its highest point in the last 23 months, according to daily tracking poll surveyed by Rasmussen Reports. On Monday, the president’s approval.
The approval ratings reported here are based on Gallup Daily tracking averages for President Donald Trump in 2017 and 2018, and periodic multiday polls for Trump starting in 2019. Learn more. Donald Trump's Presidential Job Approval Ratings.
President Trump's approval rating has fallen to 44 percent among registered voters in the latest Hill-HarrisX public opinion survey, its lowest point yet since the partial government shutdown.
Rasmussen Reports conducts nightly tracking, at national and state levels, of elections, politics, current events, consumer confidence, business topics, and the United States president's job approval ratings. Rasmussen's polling in the 2000 and 2012 U.S. presidential elections has been criticized by polling watchers as highly inaccurate while.