President Trump’s approval rating among African American voters surged in recent weeks despite non-stop media attacks, rising over 17 points and hitting a stunning high of 36%; the GOP’s highest election approval rating since 12% back in 1996.
The new survey conducted by Rasmussen shows the President’s approval surging 17 points from the same time last year when it was just 19%.
Today’s @realDonaldTrump approval ratings among black voters: 36%
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) August 15, 2018
The stunning data spells disaster for Democrats just months away from the 2018 midterm election, with the party’s base beginning to fracture as the economy roars to life under President Trump and the GOP-controlled Congress.
Read the full survey here.
HANNITY: President Trump is ON FIRE This Week, Approval SOARS
Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ Wednesday night, Sean weighed-in on President Trump’s bold decision to deploy the National Guard to the southern border; saying the President was “taking action” after Congressional leaders refused “to lift a finger.”
“President Trump is on a complete tear by continuing to keep his promises and enact the agenda that the American people voted for in November 2016. The DHS Secretary made a major announcement about President Trump’s plan to secure the southern border,” said Hannity.
“President Trump has signed the proclamation to send the National Guard to the southern border,” he added. “The President deserves a lot of credit. If Congress isn’t going to lift a finger to solve the problem, then he’s going to take the steps as Commander-in-Chief and do it on his own.”
“The liberal media won’t be telling you that, they’ll be busy orchestrating an onslaught of any negative story they could find; obsessing over Stormy Daniels and Russia,” said Sean.
Watch Sean’s opening monologue above.
BLUE WAVE CRASHING: Polls Show Democrat Advantage 'CUT IN HALF'
As President Trump’s approval rating continues to rise after a string of economic and diplomatic successes, Democrats are seeing their midterm advantage shrinking as both parties set their sights on the 2018 elections.
A surprising new poll shows the generic Democratic advantage shrinking to just six points over generic Republicans; the lowest level seen since President Trump’s inauguration in January 2017.
“In the past six months, the generic congressional ballot has been cut in half, from a Democrat lead of roughly 13% in December to about 6% now. While still behind, Republicans are closing the gap, suggesting 2018 may not be the ‘blue wave’ many expect,” writers USA Today.
The stunning survey comes on the heels of a Rasmussen poll that showed President Trump hovering at 50% approval despite months of negative covering surrounding the never-ending Mueller probe.
Read the full story here.