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The results from the poll released Thursday CLEARLY STATES 57% OF AMERICANS WON'T SUPPORT TRUMP IN 2020 AND SAY NOTHING ABOUT LATION'S SUPPORTING TRUMP AS FALSEY CLAIMED BY THE POSTER.  SHAME, SHAME.....

 

show the president’s job approval among Latino adults at 50%.  NO, IT DOESN'T.  ANOTHER UNTRUTH POSTED BY THIS POSTER....

 

That is an astonishing 19 point swing. Prior results had less variance, with Latino approval numbers at 36% in their November 1st findings. It was 27% in the pollster’s mid-October survey.  MAYBE IT WAS BECAUSE TRUMPS WAS IN THE MIDDLE OF HIS LIE FEST AND CONTINUES TO BEING DOING IT.

 

The January poll was conducted during the government shutdown over border wall funding, most notably. So the big swing among Latinos was while Trump and Democrats faced off over funding for the wall.-  AND THE BLACK AND THE WHITE APPROVAL HAS CONTINUED TO TUMBLE.  GOT A LINK TO YOUR DISHONEST DATA????---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Interesting  poll showing growing  support for Trump  from latinos-  REALLY?  WHICH ONE???  Why? Could be the lowest unemployment for latinos in history and/or support for the wall because those latinos living here fear the illegal latinos that are flooding our borders will keep wages suppressed for those living here and more competition for jobs available  LMAO!!! MORE NONSENSE!!!  WHERE IS THIS POLL YOU CLAIM EXISTS????


 


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@easyed598 wrote:

The results from the poll released Thursday show the president’s job approval among Latino adults at 50%.

That is an astonishing 19 point swing. Prior results had less variance, with Latino approval numbers at 36% in their November 1st findings. It was 27% in the pollster’s mid-October survey.

The January poll was conducted during the government shutdown over border wall funding, most notably. So the big swing among Latinos was while Trump and Democrats faced off over funding for the wall.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Interesting  poll showing growing  support for Trump  from latinos-Why? Which poll....it isn't this one?  Or are you making up more nonesense? Could be the lowest unemployment for latinos in history and/ or support for the wall because those latinos living here fear the illegal latinos that are flooding our borders will keep wages suppressed for those living here and more competition for jobs available  More untruths.....just we we've come to expect from those beholden to trump and Fox.

 

But thank you for your contributions to this topic.


 


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Der Trumper's unparalleled LOSS in the popular vote garnered him 26% of registered voters, and since now only 69% of GOPers can still stomach his depravity and incompetence, I'd say his Nadir would be 18% of registered voters. That seems right, because the NIMH estimates that 20% of Americans suffer serious mental disturbance at any given time, and at least 2% would not be severe enough to continue support of lil donny the traitor.

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trump has a great need for immediate gratification, and so do his supporters.

They do not look beyond today. 

As far as a future look, all of trump’s so called “successes” and policies are littered with land mines and time bombs...economy, tariffs, tax cuts, cutting regulations, appointments, trade deals, peace treaties, environment, NATO, trade partners, military, judges, worship of dictators, total lack of good government knowledge...take your pick, many areas may blow up in our faces via trump’s actions. Many of his supporters think that he is doing great (questionable) today, but what about tomorrow?

 

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From your link:

 

With the 2020 presidential election already underway, 57 percent of registered voters said they would definitely vote against President Donald Trump, according to the latest poll from the PBS NewsHour, NPR and Marist.

Another 30 percent of voters said they would cast their ballot to support Trump, and an additional 13 percent said they had no idea who would get their vote.

Although the election is still nearly two years away, the large number of voters who oppose Trump as well as his low approval ratings suggest the president faces a “steep, steep incline” in winning re-election, said Lee Miringoff, the director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion.

“The president has had his base and not much else,” Miringoff added.


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@easyed598 wrote:

The results from the poll released Thursday show the president’s job approval among Latino adults at 50%.

That is an astonishing 19 point swing. Prior results had less variance, with Latino approval numbers at 36% in their November 1st findings. It was 27% in the pollster’s mid-October survey.

The January poll was conducted during the government shutdown over border wall funding, most notably. So the big swing among Latinos was while Trump and Democrats faced off over funding for the wall.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Interesting  poll showing growing  support for Trump  from latinos-Why? Could be the lowest unemployment for latinos in history and/or support for the wall because those latinos living here fear the illegal latinos that are flooding our borders will keep wages suppressed for those living here and more competition for jobs available


 

 

Not to worry easyed598 - trump has an alternate location where he can deliver a SOTU address - and have it be highly approved...

 

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The results from the poll released Thursday show the president’s job approval among Latino adults at 50%.

That is an astonishing 19 point swing. Prior results had less variance, with Latino approval numbers at 36% in their November 1st findings. It was 27% in the pollster’s mid-October survey.

The January poll was conducted during the government shutdown over border wall funding, most notably. So the big swing among Latinos was while Trump and Democrats faced off over funding for the wall.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Interesting  poll showing growing  support for Trump  from latinos-Why? Could be the lowest unemployment for latinos in history and/or support for the wall because those latinos living here fear the illegal latinos that are flooding our borders will keep wages suppressed for those living here and more competition for jobs available

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right you are my friend! I posted a link from The Atlantic just yesterday on how this Trump shutdown is playing out in Trumpland. NOT WELL. He is causing irreparable damage to his and GOP chances in 2020 and the many Trumpists who are re running in 2020 as well. And the cracks within the Trump party are growing bigger and bigger each day. America knows who is repsponsble for the shutdown and he sits in the Oval Office unfortunately. Lock him up!!!
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Trump Begins Third Year With Low Job Approval and Doubts About His Honesty

 

At the second anniversary of his inauguration, public views of Donald Trump’s job performance, as well as his honesty and administration’s ethics, are decidedly negative. Yet opinions about the nation’s economy continue to be positive – and Trump’s handling of the economy remains a relative strength.

 

Trump begins his third year with a 37% job approval rating; 59% disapprove of his job performance. Of five previous presidents, only Ronald Reagan had as low a job approval mark at this point in his presidency. (Reagan’s disapproval – 54% – was lower than Trump’s.)

 

 

The new Pew Research Center survey, conducted Jan. 9-14 among 1,505 adults, finds that a growing share of Americans say they trust what Trump says less than what previous presidents said while they were in office. Nearly six-in-ten (58%) say they trust what Trump says less than previous presidents, up from 54% last June and 51% in February 2017, shortly after he took office.

 

The public also continues to fault the ethical standards of top administration officials. Just 39% rate their ethical standards as excellent or good, while 59% say they are not good or poor. While these opinions are little changed from last year, they are lower than evaluations of ethics of top officials for presidents dating back to Reagan.

 

However, more Americans say Trump’s economic policies have made conditions better (40%) than worse (28%), while 29% say they have not had much of an effect. In January 2011, a comparable point in Barack Obama’s presidency, the public expressed mixed views of the impact of his economic policies, with about as many saying his policies made things worse (31%) as better (28%).

 

And Trump engenders more confidence for his ability to make good decisions on trade and the economy than in other areas, especially working with Congress. About half say they are very or somewhat confident in Trump’s ability to negotiate favorable trade deals (51%) and make good decisions about economic policy (49%).

 

 

Trump’s presidency has been characterized by a favorable economic climate and that remains the case today. Currently, 51% say economic conditions are either excellent or good – among the highest ratings in nearly two decades.

 

The surge in positive economic views has been driven by Republicans. Three-quarters of Republicans rate the economy as excellent or good, up from just 14% in December 2016, at the end of Obama’s presidency. By contrast, just 32% of Democrats offer positive ratings; Democrats are now less likely to rate the economy as either excellent or good than they were in December of 2016 (46%).

 

The public’s perceptions of the availability of jobs have undergone a similar transformation. For the first time in Pew Research Center surveys dating to 2001, a clear majority of Americans (60%) say there are plenty of jobs in their communities. And while these perceptions also are divided along partisan lines, majorities of Republicans (71%) and Democrats (53%) say there are plenty of jobs available locally.

 

Yet favorable opinions about the economy and jobs have not been accompanied by a rise in public satisfaction with national conditions. For longer than a decade, no more than about a third of Americans have expressed with the way things are going in the country. Today, that figure stands at just 26%, down from 33% in September, with the decline coming among members of both parties.

Among the survey’s other major findings:

 

Low expectations for Trump’s legacy. About half (47%) think Trump will be an unsuccessful president in the long run, compared with fewer (29%) who think he will be a successful president; 23% say it’s too early to tell. Ratings for Trump are more negative, on balance, than for Obama and George W. Bush at comparable points in their administrations; in February 1995, more said Bill Clinton would be unsuccessful (34%) than successful (18%). Compared with his three most recent predecessors, far fewer say it is “too early to tell” whether Trump will be successful or unsuccessful.

 

Trump Begins Third Year With Low Job Approval and Doubts About His Honesty

 

And one cultie claimed yesterday that trumps numbers had improved......from over a year ago.....LMAO!  AND, were untruthful where they obtained the data (it was from a tweet).  You just can't make this stuff up!!!!

 

How's that "honesty" going????


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