Poll: Trump’s approval rating drops to 36%

Poll: Trump's approval rating drops to 36%

Poll: Trump’s approval rating drops to 36%

Poll: Trump’s approval rating drops to 36%

The overall rating of victory approval from 42% on the 100 day mark of his presidency in April, compared to a Washington Post / ABC poll at that time.

Its disapproval rate rose five points since then to 58%, according to a comparison of the two surveys.

The new survey also shows that 48 percent. 100 of the Americans say they “strongly disapprove” the president’s performance in office.

Sunday morning in the morning, hours after the survey was released, Trump took to Twitter to defend himself.

However, the final estimate of the Washington Post-ABC News poll during the campaign was 47% for Hillary Clinton and 43% for Trump compared to the election results from 48.5% to 46.4% % For Clinton Trump.

This means that the Clinton projection was in the margin of error of the survey percentage points of 2.5, while the Trump forecast was approximately one percentage point outside the margin of error.

The Washington Post-ABC News poll asked if respondents thought it appropriate or inappropriate for Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., Trump’s son and Jared Kushner campaign manager when Paul Manafort to hold a meet A Russian lawyer last summer based on obtaining information from the lawyer who would harm Clinton’s campaign, Trump Jr. reveals in emails he posted on Twitter last week.

Only 26% indicated that the meeting was appropriate, while 63% said it was inappropriate, according to a new survey. In addition, 60% said they believed that Russia tried to influence the race for the 2016 presidency and 41% said they thought that country agents Trump voluntarily helped these efforts, while 44% reported the belief that Trump has benefited Of Russia’s efforts.

In contrast, 31% said that Russia has not tried to influence the elections and only 14% said that Trump attendees have not helped or that Trump was not given Moscow’s efforts.

The survey also found that 63% of respondents said that it was more important for the federal government to provide health services to low-income people to reduce taxes, while 27% said it was more important to reduce taxes to Provide that care.

The survey also found that half of respondents preferred Obamacare to the Republican plan to replace it, while only 24% preferred the Republican plan.

On Trump’s international influence, 48% said they saw the leadership of the United States in the world be weaker than Trump took office, compared with 27% who say he has strengthened and 23% say he has remained almost same.

Only 34% of respondents said they trust Trump, good business, a fair amount of negotiations on behalf of the United States with foreign leaders, while 47% said they did not trust him.

Inspired Trump talks with Russian President Vladimir Poutine, 19% say they trust Trump to attend talks, while 48% say they do not trust Trump in this regard.

The survey was conducted from July 10 to 13 in English and Spanish among a random sample of 1,001 adults and has a margin of error of +/- 3.5 percentage points. Surveys have made up samples of both landlines and cell phones.


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