Trump’s 50 percent approval rating by Rasmussen Reported on Monday was
matched head to head to that of Obama on September 16, 2011, he was four points lower at 46 percent, according to the poll. But this week he averaged across major polls surpassed that of his predecessor Number 44 or President Barack Obama at the same time 8 years ago.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 21, 2019
This is good for Trump who is known to cite only conservative-leaning polls as being semi fair. Which he’s correct it’s amazing how many in the media are doing polls where the majority of the people they poll are democrats, and the polls are coming from California, and places like this. You know DemocRAT states.
Trump’s approval rating on Wednesday was 44.3 percent, according to a “Real Clear Politics” average of more than a half-dozen major polls. That is higher than Obama’s average approval rating of 43.9 percent on September 18, 2011, by the same time span.
Number 45 averaged approval rating surpassed that of Obama on Monday and stayed on top for the next two days. Trump’s average approval rating on Monday was 44.1 percent compared to Obama’s 43.9 percent on September 16, 2011, and 44 percent on Tuesday compared to Obama’s 43.8 percent on September 17, 2011.” Take that Obamanation!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 16, 2019
Here is a seven-day look at average approval ratings for Trump in 2019 and Obama in 2011:
September 18: Trump 44.3 percent vs. Obama 43.9 percent
September 17: Trump 44 percent vs. Obama 43.8 percent
September 16: Trump 44.1 percent vs. Obama 43.9 percent
September 15: Trump 43.9 percent vs. Obama 44 percent
September 14: Trump 43.8 percent vs. Obama 44 percent
September 13: Trump 43.3 percent vs. Obama 43.9 percent
September 12: Trump 43.4 percent vs. Obama 43.7 percent
September 11: Trump 43.1 percent vs. Obama 43.3 percent
This is why when friends tell me he’s down on a poll I laugh especially when even liberal outlets are now saying yea Donald Trump will win in 2020 this according to more than two-thirds of chief financial officers from the CNBC Global CFO Council.
A recent ABC News/Washington Post poll shows Trump trailing in head-to-head matchups with at least four Democratic contenders, including the top three candidates: former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren and Senator Bernie Sanders but In the survey, which was released Wednesday, Biden had the largest edge of the top three Democrats. South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg also led Trump, but by an amount within the sampling error.
In spite of a recent poll showing waning support in Trump’s handling of the economy and other evidence, like head-to-head matchups, that Trump could face a tough path to reelection, the CFOs think that the president will remain in office. And with the left losing their collective minds now, and it’s being proven that the only conspiracy is being conducted by THEM! Not Trump I wouldn’t doubt if not only Trump wins but the DemocRATS lose the congress also.
This is why they’re still trying everything they can to try, and impeach Trump! Because they know he is going to win in 2020, and they know they might be on the way out themselves. The left has lost it folks, and their on the path which might make it so there isn’t another Democrat elected President in many decades to come.