President Trump’s Approval Rating Soars Out Pacing Hussein Obama’s
US President Donald Trump’s approval rating is higher than once President Barack Hussein Obama’s on the same date of his 1st term, Rasmussen Reports daily tracking data shows.
Thursday, in its Presidential daily tracking poll released Thursday, the Rasmussen Reports showed President Trump’s approval at 48%, statistically tied with his disapproval rating of 50%.
Mr. Hussein Obama’s approval was 46% on 8 February 2010, and his disapproval was at 54%.
“Given the overwhelmingly negative coverage President Trump has received (in the 90% negative range) and the overwhelmingly positive coverage President Obama enjoyed . . . these approval polls reveal a public that has tuned out the mainstream media’s nattering against the President,” Thomas Lifson wrote for the conservative blog American Thinker.
According to Rasmussen Reports, President Trump’s disapproval rating until late last week has been above 50% every day for 10 months. His approval rating Thursday marked the 5th day running it was 48% or 49%, after sometimes dipping into the 30’s.
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