CNN Reports Trump's Highest Approval Rating in Two Years!
President Trump's approval rating is still on the rise!
What else would you expect from a President doing this much winning for the country? It seems that even some Democrats are starting to warm up to him a bit.
Based on a new CNN poll, which is still biased, Trump's approval rating is at 43% while it has typically been under 40% through the duration of his presidency. Keep in mind this is only CNN's numbers and you know they're flawed, to begin with.
Better numbers come from the good polls such as the Rasmussen Reports.
According to The Western Journal,
An April poll by Rasmussen Reports showed Trump with a 49% approval rating. Trump scored a 47% rating in a YouGov poll and a 46% rating in a Harris X poll. All polls were taken in late April.
CNN noted that Trump’s overall approval rating varies greatly by partisan affiliation. According to the poll, 86% of Republicans said Trump is doing a good job, but only 5% of Democrats. Trump has a 46% approval rating among independents, the poll found.
CNN’s polling showed that in the aftermath of the release of the long-awaited report from special counsel Robert Mueller, respondents want Democrats to move on.
Democrats who control the House of Representatives have said they will continue to investigate Trump in hopes of proving the president obstructed justice during the Mueller probe of “collusion” between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election. They are also pursuing other investigations related to Trump’s finances.
The new poll shows declining support for those probes, with 44% of respondents saying the Democrats are too fixated on investigations. That’s up from 38% in March. Among independents, 46% said Democrats are going too far.
Also in the poll, the people were asked about how they felt in regards to the Democrats efforts to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump to which 59% were opposed to it while only 37% were in favor.
If you'd like to view the full CNN poll, you can find it by clicking here.