Donald Trump's Approval Rating Sinks As White Voters, Republicans Withdraw Support

Donald Trump's Approval Rating Sinks As White Voters, Republicans Withdraw Support

Donald Trump's Approval Rating Sinks As White Voters, Republicans Withdraw Support

A poll by Marketing Resource Group (MRG) shows that 40% of MI voters approve of the job President Donald Trump is doing in his first four months, while 51% disapprove.

Those who disapprove of Trump's performance dropped from 53 percent to 50 percent. That figure was slightly higher among Democrats (78 percent) than Republicans (72 percent), while 61 percent of independents said the same.

The poll showed that Trump 'stopped the rot, ' as Morning Consult put it, in regard to his approval rating, with it now sitting at 45 percent.

President Trump follows British Prime Minister Theresa May as North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member leaders gather before the start of their summit in Brussels Thursday.

New York's Democratic governor says a new federal budget proposal from Republican President Donald Trump would be "devastating" for his state. 63 percent of registered GOP members surveyed believe Trump is doing an excellent or good job in office.

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"While I had deep reservations about the way Director Comey handled the investigation into the Clinton emails which I made clear at the time and since, to take this action without addressing the profound conflict of interest of the president and attorney general harkens back to a similarly tainted decision by President Nixon", said Rep. Adam Schiff.

Businessman-turned-politician Trump, within hours of taking the oath of office on January 20, fulfilled one of his most impassioned promises he had made during his presidential campaign and signed an executive order to "ease the burden of Obamacare", which covers some 20 million Americans. "Together, we will MAKE AMERICA SAFE AND GREAT AGAIN!"

Fifty-four percent of voters think Trump is abusing his power as President, according to the survey, while 43 percent think he is not. Among independents and Republicans, however, 60 percent said they believed impeachment would go nowhere.

Still, Malloy is right that this number is significant.

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