Trump approval down 6 points

Leroy Wright
September 13, 2018

President Donald Trump's approval rating in the latest CNN poll stands at just 36%.

Much of the economic boost from the 2017 law was tied to the reduction in the corporate rate and other business-focused provisions, he said.

The worry among Republicans has risen to such levels that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell recently likened his party's efforts to hold their Senate majority to a "knife fight in an alley".

A scant 13% of Americans think most administration officials are working against Trump in the ways described in the op-ed, while 59% say that at least some are acting that way. That friendship, Carter said, means when Russian Federation and other nations hold multilateral talks about the Syrian conflict, "Quite often they invite the Carter Center".

President Trump is reportedly sharpening his campaign rhetoric, shifting into "salvation" mode, contemplating the reality of impeachment, and telling confidants that he would run for re-election in 2020 playing the 'victim card'. Which polls do you "trust" the most? Why?

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"There are certain lower taxes for people starting businesses for investing in your small business", he said. Of course, President Trump has proven polls wrong before.

About 6 in 10 Americans say they consider the Russian Federation investigation a serious matter (61%) rather than an effort to discredit Trump's presidency (33%).

The relatively low numbers does not help Trump at a time that the White House is busy denying destructive claims about his leadership skills made by dormer aides and undisclosed sources in various book, most recently being Fear by veteran reporter Bob Woodward and Unhinged by former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman. No doubt about it, the judicial branch of our government is under attack. Democrats will likely use the meeting as an opportunity to highlight what they see as the failings of the new law in an attempt to score political points with their base. When it comes to the economy, meanwhile, 70 percent of Americans in Quinnipiac's poll say it is good or excellent, while CNN's poll found 69 percent calling the economy "good" and 26 percent "very good".

The CNN poll was conducted between September 6 and September 9 among a random national sample of 1,003 adults reached on landlines or cellphones by a live interviewer.

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