Trump attacks ‘fake polls and fake news’ as reports say he has worst approval rating in modern his


Trump attacks fake polls in fake news as reports say has worst approval rating in modern history Donald Trump has attacked fake polls in fake news a survey show he enters the holiday season with the lowest approval rating in modern presidential History the fake news refuses to talk about how they can how strong our base? Is he wrote on Twitter displaying his trademark affection for the use of capital letters? They show fake polls, just like they report fake news Despite only negative reporting. We are doing well nobody is going to beat us make America great again Mr.. Trump approaches the end of 2017 amid a flurry of polls that show him with a dismal approval rating a poll released last week By CNN found that it had tumbled to just 35% from the 45%. He enjoyed and marched shortly after taking office a non-partisan poll released by the NBC Wall Street, Journal found the president s approval ratings stood at 40 percent Peter Hart a Democrat who helped conduct said his final survey of 2017 found mr.. Trump had lost his support in respect of a majority of Americans in his first year as president Meanwhile a tracker from the political data site 538 puts his rating at 37.1% It said that dating the way back to President Harry Truman in 1945 at day 337 of their first term every president had an approval rating at least 10 percentage points better than where mr. Trump stands now at the same point yet while mr. Trump is maybe off target and his criticism of the polls and the media organizations He is at least partly right about his claim that he retains intense loyalty among his base of supporters In October a Fox News poll found that 83% of Republican voters still approve of mr. Trump compared to just 7% of Democrats But while his overall support among conservatives has remained steady the poll found he had leached some support among two crucial constituencies white evangelical Christians and white men without a college degree However, mr. Trump s ability to press through a tax overhaul bill likely helped cement his support among traditional Republicans especially fiscal conservatives who believe the government should reduce its spending on welfare program such as Medicare and Medicaid His endorsement of religious conservative Roy Moore in Alabama Despite the candidate facing widespread allegations of sexual abuse of girls and young women Allegations he has denied may help bolster his support among the religious, right? Indeed a poll published last month by political morning consults found that eighty-two percent of respondents who voted for mr.. Trump in the 2016 presidential race said they would support him again just Seven percent said they would pick another candidate if they had to recast their 2016 ballot that figure was even higher than that enjoyed by his rival Hillary Clinton about three-quarters of those who voted for the former Secretary of State 78% say they would vote for the Democratic nominee again if they had the chance the total of eight percent said they would support a different candidate a reflection perhaps of her failure to the

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