The Rasmussen Report has just been released showing the opinions from Americans about what they think of Trump’s performance.
So far according to the results, 56% of Likely U.S. Voters agree with Trump’s job performance. Forty-four percent (44%) do not.
Eighty-five percent (85%) of Republicans and 55% of unaffiliated voters approve of the job Trump is doing. Seventy percent (70%) of Democrats disapprove.
According to these results, this gives Trump a Presidential Approval Index rating of +2.
Back in 2009, after Barack Obama was inaugurated, the numbers were as follows: 67% of likely voters agreed with his politics and 31% did not.
The opinion of the voters has slightly changed after Thanksgiving, an only half of them gave their support to Trump.
As for other numbers, around 83% of the voters think that Trump will shut down Obama’s doings, while 47% disagree with this.
Obama will be remembered for his Obamacare program, the racial problems across America, the Iranian deal and many others.
As far as the inauguration goes, 34% of the people think that the period between Election and Inauguration day should be shorter.
Rasmussen Reports has been doing researches of this kind for many years now and is providing the most transparent information and numbers.
The final results are obtained mostly by telephone surveys, where 500 voters are contacted each night. Then, there is online surveying that also helps to get a clearer picture of the entire election process.
The margin of sampling error for the full sample of 1,500 Likely Voters is +/- 2.5 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence.
These results are further available for Premium members only.
The inauguration is over, but it is always positive to see where the people of America stand with their viewpoints, instead of hearing it via a false news spreading media.
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