President Donald Trump will reach his 100th day in office on Saturday and American voters have approved of some of his early decisions while turning away others. According a poll released by Gravis Marketing on Tuesday morning, Trump’s approval rating currently sits at 42 percent.
“Do you approve of President Trump’s job performance?” also drew a 49 percent read of voters that disapproved while 9 percent that were asked were unsure.
The Commander in Chief’s approval numbers were stellar when matched up to Congress’ performance. D.C Lawmakers only managed to garner a 15 percent approval rate while 71 percent disapproved and an additional 15 percent were unsure.
Regarding particular decisions made by the Trump administration in it’s first 100 days, 43 percent approve of a combination of the President’s handling of the economy, ISIS, and North Korea with 51 percent approving of the military strike in Syria in retaliation for a chemical attack on it’s own people. Only 27 percent approved of the American Health Care Act which was mostly panned by Republicans and Democrats alike and failed to reach a vote in the House of Representatives.
47 percent of voters polled identified as Democrats with 42 percent voting Republican and 9 percent unsure.
Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, conducted a random survey of 1,665 registered voters across the United States. The poll was conducted from April 19th through the 20th and has a margin of error of ±2.4%. The total may not round to 100% because of rounding. The poll was conducted using interactive voice responses and online panels of cell phone users, with the results weighted by voting patterns.
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