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Presidential Approval Ratings

  1. vision 2020
    Trump’s Approval Rating Slumps Back to NormalAgain and again, it’s obvious Trump’s popularity just isn’t elastic, no matter what the economy is doing or special prosecutors have said.
  2. vision 2020
    Team Trump Worried About 2020 OverconfidenceObjectively, Trump has little reason to feel confident, much less overconfident, about reelection.
  3. vision 2020
    Why Trump Will Be an Underdog in the 2020 ElectionThere are a lot of moving parts in Election 2020, but at this point Trump remains a loudly growling underdog.
  4. mueller time
    The Summary of the Mueller Report Hasn’t Helped Trump in PollingPossibly because those who cared most about Russia collusion allegations won’t ever support Trump, the Mueller report may change nothing.
  5. 2020 elections
    Does Donald Trump Have a Reelection Strategy?Trump seems incapable of “pivoting to the center” or becoming more popular. So either he’ll wing it, or focus on demonizing his opponent.
  6. donald trump
    Trump Thinks Mueller Is Holding Him Back From a 75 Percent Approval RatingWhat other objective indicators of his unpopularity will he choose to ignore? The 2020 elections?
  7. Poll: Support for Trump and His Immigration Policy Are Nearly IdenticalTo a remarkable extent, support for Trump tracks support for his handling of immigration across all sorts of demographic lines.
  8. These Trends Suggest the Democratic Midterm Wave Will Get BiggerIn the past, the party controlling the White House found itself with a lot more vulnerable House seats than expected late in the cycle.
  9. Nobody’s Neutral About Trump’s Job PerformanceTrump’s approval ratings are normally high among Republicans and abnormally low among Democrats, with hardly anyone being unsure about him.
  10. midterms
    Battle for the House: 100 Days Out, Democrats Are on the BrinkIt could still go either way, but Trump’s lack of popularity and a battleground where Republicans are on the defensive give Democrats an edge.
  11. Trump Can Win in 2020. But History Tells Us It Won’t Be Easy.Yes, incumbents usually have an advantage. They usually are more popular than Donald J. Trump though.
  12. Blame-Game Lessons From the Last Government ShutdownResponsibility can be pinned on one party if there’s evidence to support it — but the effect may be ephemeral.
  13. The Democratic Wave Is Coming in 2018This year’s special elections and a host of objective factors continue to point toward a good midterm for the Donkey Party.
  14. 2017’s Special Elections Are Telling a Hopeful Story for DemocratsThe Donkey Party has been getting a lot more votes than expected.