Trump touts a poll that's bad for him

Trump touts a poll that's bad for him

Trump touts a poll that's bad for him

That is the word most used by respondents to describe Donald Trump's first year in office, according to a new national poll released today. White voters with no college degree are divided, with 41 percent approving of the tax plan and 38 percent disapproving.

The Quinnipiac Poll showed two-thirds of Americans believe the country's economy is "excellent" or "good", but voters where split over who is responsible for the economic growth, with 49 percent saying former President Barack Obama is more responsible and 40 percent saying Trump had more to do with it.

The December 6 national poll found 47% of USA women say they've been sexually assaulted; people speaking up will make US better, Americans say.

While 73 percent say their personal financial situation is "excellent or good" (compared to 26 percent who say it's "not good" or "poor"), only 24 percent say Trump's policies are helping their personal financial situation, 26 percent say his policies are hurting them, and 47 percent say they're making no difference.

Billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer has already spent millions to try to persuade Americans that Trump should be impeached, and he's vowed to spend more in what many see as a primer for his own presidential aspirations.

The November 22 national poll found no politics with my turkey, please, USA voters say; most dislike player protests, but many will watch.

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It also aims to prioritise posts from friends and family over public content, consistent with its News Feed values. In fact only a month ago Facebook announced how it plans to put a clamp on engagement-bait spam posts.

As for the Quinnipiac poll, 59 per cent of those surveyed disapprove of Trump's handling of the Oval Office, while 36 per cent approve.

Ninety-two percent of Democrats and 64 percent of Republicans said the young immigrants should be allowed to stay.

The November 6 Virginia poll found Democrat has 9-point likely voter lead in Virginia; big gender and racial gaps.

A new Quinnipiac University poll gave the president a negative job approval rating including some of lowest scores since Inauguration day in a recent poll on Wednesday.

Did he look at the poll's other findings? The polls are conducted at the Polling Institute on West Woods Road, close to the Mount Carmel and York Hill Campuses.

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