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March 27, 2018



DAILYKENN.com -- A poll taken by the left-leaning CNN reveals Donald Trump's approval rating is in line with that of Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan at this juncture in their presidency. 


However, when one considers that Trump has weathered storms from Hollywood and the news media, the standing is even more impressive. 

Apparently the improved economy and Trump's first stance against displacing Americans with Islamic insurgents is resonating well. 

The poll number are encouraging to Republicans heading into the November mid-term elections. 

From CNN ▼

President Donald Trump's approval rating has rebounded to its highest level since the 100-day mark of his presidency, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS, even as his approval ratings for handling major issues remain largely negative.

Overall, 42% approve of the way Trump is handling the presidency, 54% disapprove. Approval is up 7 points overall since February, including 6-point increases among Republicans (from 80% to 86% now) and independents (from 35% to 41% now). Trump's approval rating remains below that of all of his modern-era predecessors at this stage in their first term after being elected, though Trump only trails Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama by a narrow 4 points at this point in their first terms.
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