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Presidential Job Approval

  1. vision 2020
    Economic ‘Comeback’ Is Not Making Trump More PopularSo far, good, if tentative, economic news is being overshadowed by entrenched negative reactions to Trump’s personality and leadership style.
  2. vision 2020
    Biden’s Polling Lead Over Trump Is Getting Seriously LargeWith five months to go, Biden’s leading nationally by a comfortable margin and also in six battleground states Trump won in 2016.
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    The State of the Presidential Race, Six Months Before Election DayRecent presidential elections show the eventual winner ahead at this point, except for Trump himself in 2016.
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    Trump’s Coronavirus Approval Bounce May Be GoneCOVID-19 may yet determine Trump’s fate, but the pandemic’s initial boost to his approval ratings has been vanishing.
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    Trump’s Once-Rosy Reelection Prospects Are Darkening RapidlyWithout a booming economy to claim, Trump’s mediocre job-approval ratings are likely to be a ceiling, rather than a floor, on his support.
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    Trump’s Approval Ratings Are Up, But for How Long?Believe it or not, the public thinks he’s doing a good job on coronavirus. But as the economy worsens, voters’ warm feelings may prove ephemeral.
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    Yes, Trump’s Job-Approval Ratings Are Finally RisingIt’s unclear whether it’s real and will last, but it’s happening at the perfect time for Trump.
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    Trump’s Approval Rating Impervious to ImpeachmentThe best indicator of Trump’s reelection prospects is holding steady — at just short of what he needs to win.
  9. impeachment
    Impeachment Polls Steady, Tracking Trump Job ApprovalIndications that political independents were souring on impeachment were probably premature.
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    Voter Enthusiasm For 2020 Is Off the Charts – Especially For Trump FansYes, voter turnout in 2020 could be historic. But Democrats shouldn’t assume the enthusiasm is all in their own ranks.
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    Trump Outperformed His Polling in 2016. Will He Again in 2020?He won as the most unpopular major-party nominee in memory. But he benefited from a desire for change that won’t favor him in 2020.
  12. 2018 midterms
    Trump Wants to Make Sure Midterms Are About Me Me MeIt’s his party and he can wreck it if he wants to.
  13. Why How You Feel About Trump Trumps Parties or Issues in the Fall MidtermsThere are signs of unusually strong positive and negative sentiment toward the president, though the battleground remains tilted toward Democrats.
  14. The Mess in Washington Could Soon Drive Republicans Into Rebellion Against TrumpIf the prospects of vulnerable 2018 GOP candidates get much worse, and the chaos in D.C. doesn’t improve, an anti-Trump rebellion is a possibility.