Politics

TRUMP BUMP: The President’s Approval HITS 50% Despite Media ASSAULT

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.14.18

The President’s approval rating popped to 50% this week despite an all-out assault from the mainstream media; signaling a potential disaster for Democrats hoping to retake Congress this fall.

The new poll published by Rasmussen shows President Trump enjoying a healthy 50% approval rating with 49% of those surveyed disapproving of his performance.

“The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Tuesday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-nine percent (49%) disapprove,” writes the report. “The latest figures include 35% who Strongly Approve of the way the president is performing and 40% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of -5.”

The poll comes after a series of economic and diplomatic victories for the President, including 4.1% GDP growth, reduced tariffs from the European Union, a potential breakthrough in North Korea, and a special election victory in the swing-state of Ohio.

Read the full report here.

TRUMP BUMP: January Job ESTIMATES SMASH Expectations, US Economy Roars

posted by Hannity Staff - 1.31.18

The American economy continued to roar in January, with private payroll growing by a whopping 234,000 jobs; smashing earlier estimates and showing further signs the ‘Trump Bump’ is adding rocket-fuel to an already robust economy.

According to CNBC, the United States job market added over 230,000 full-time employees, beating previous expectations that placed job growth at 185,000. The revised data signals a strong start to 2018 with unemployment claims at record lows and wages rising for the first time in decades.

“Job creation was concentrated largely in service-related industries, which contributed 212,000 to the total,” writes CNBC.

“Within that sector some of the better-paying industries showed solid gains: Trade, transportation and utilities led with 51,000, education and health services added 47,000 and professional and businesses services contributed 46,000. Leisure and hospitality services also grew by 46,000,” the site adds.

“The job market juggernaut marches on,” said a chief economist at Moody’s. “Given the strong January job gain, 2018 is on track to be the eighth consecutive year in which the economy creates over 2 million jobs. If it falls short, it is likely because businesses can’t find workers to fill all the open job positions.”

TRUMP BUMP: New Poll Shows More Americans Credit TRUMP than OBAMA for Booming Economy

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.07.18

A new poll from Rasmussen Reports shows more Americans crediting President Trump for the booming US economy than his predecessor; raising serious questions for Democrats struggling to downplay the soaring recovery.

The survey shows over 50% of American voters believe the strong economic data, unemployment rate, and 4.1% GDP growth are directly related to Trump’s policies, with 40% giving credit to former President Barack Obama.

“With the unemployment rate still among 18-year lows and the Dow Jones Industrial Average still among all-time highs, voters are slowly giving President Trump more credit than President Obama for the improving economy, though there remains a stark partisan divide,” writes Rasmussen.

“A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters now believe the improving economy is due more to Trump than Obama, while 40% think it is more the result of the policies Obama put in place before he left office,” adds the report.

Read the full poll results here.

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