CNN Poll: Trump Grabs Highest Approval Mark Since April '17

Clay Curtis
March 28, 2018

The poll shows that while he personally enjoys relatively high approval rates, due in part to his handling of the economy, respondents generally are unsatisfied with his handling of foreign affairs, Russia, and excessive spending among his Cabinet secretaries.

Amid Trump's twin sex scandals, most Americans polled, 63%, believe the women accusing Trump of extramarital affairs, while only 21% believe Trump.

President Donald Trump's approval rating has reached its highest level in nearly a year, according to a new poll by CNN.

The CNN poll interviewed 1,014 respondents over the phone and had margin of error of plus or minus 3.7 percentage points. Trump's showing in the Apple's affordable 9.7-inch iPad to support the Pencil: KGI's
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"Trump's best numbers he's had in over a year would still mark some of the worst numbers that any president has had in the last decade". Much of the variation can be attributed to wavering among moderate Republicans, he said.

Trump's approval ratings, through the first months of his four-year term, have been the lowest among modern USA presidents recorded during seven decades of polling.

Donald Trump is famously obsessed with his ratings-both TV viewership numbers and his popularity among voters-and, with that in mind, the president got a bit of news he'd likely appreciate this week.

Trump's overall support in this poll stands at 42 percent and disapproval at 54 percent. Its survey, taken from February 20 through February 23, pegged his approval rating at just 35 percent, his lowest level of support yet. The CNN poll found that 46 percent of those surveyed strongly disapprove of his performance.

Overall, 6 in 10 say they see the investigation as a serious matter that should be fully investigated (58% say so), while around a third (36%) say it's mainly an effort to discredit Donald Trump's presidency.

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