Poll: Trump's approval ticks up to 44 percent
15 days ago - By Politico
President Donald Trump's approval rating climbed to 44 percent, up four points from April, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released Thursday. Trump's 44 percent approval rating matches those of former Presidents Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan in June of 2010 and 1982, respectively, midterm years in which their parties suffered significant electoral defeats in the House. Among those polled, 60 percent said they are satisfied with the U.S. economy and 44 percent said Trump deserves credit for its strength, a four-point increase in that number over a year ago. But despite...
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