Politics

TRUMP BUMP: The President’s Approval POPS to 51% Ahead of 2018 Midterms

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.04.18

President Trump’s approval rating continued its upward trajectory in recent days; reaching over 51% after months of strong economic statistics, a diplomatic breakthrough with North Korea, and a renewed push for comprehensive immigration reform.

According to a recent survey, the President’s job approval rating popped to 51% Tuesday, with 48% disapproving of Trump’s performance.

“The latest figures include 33% who Strongly Approve of the way Trump is performing and 38% who Strongly Disapprove,” writes Rasmussen. “This is the president’s best overall job approval rating since April of last year. President Obama earned a 46% job approval rating on April 4, 2010, his second year in office.”

The GOP and President Trump have largely erased strong Democratic gains in recent months after the left-wing legislators failed to secure a highly-anticipated deal on the nation’s ‘Dreamers’ and refused to fund President Trump’s signature campaign promise: The border wall.

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: President’s APPROVAL RATING SOARS After State of the Union

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.02.18

President Trump’s approval ratings popped to their highest levels since March of 2017 this week, with the American public supporting the Commander-in-Chief’s agenda following his annual State of the Union address Tuesday night.

According to a new Rasmussen report, the President’s daily-tracking data shows 49% of likely US voters approve of Trump’s job performance, rising to numbers higher than Election Day 2016 -when the President had a 46.1 approval rating.

“The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows President Trump making substantial gains after Tuesday’s State of the Union speech, and achieving his highest voter approval since March 7, 2017,” says the poll.

The poll shows that 35% of registered voters “strongly approve” of the President’s agenda; likely fueled by strong economic growth and record-shattering stock market figures.

“Rasmussen was among the few national polls that accurately predicted the election outcome which vaulted Trump to power,” writes the Daily Mail.

“Unlike other polls that ask questions in live telephone interviews, it relies on push-button phone calls – meaning voters who like Trump’s performance in office aren’t required to say so out loud to another person,” the author adds.

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