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New Gallup Poll: 51% Of America More Confident In Trump Presidency

This is great news!

Gallup just released a poll saying 51% of Americans have more confidence in President-Elect Donald Trump’s presidency and that’s moving in the right direction. This poll was taken after last week’s election. When you sit back and think about the possibility of jobs being brought back to the United States, a leader who is hell bent on helping minorities after they were stomped on the last 50-plus years, a leader who wants to stop illegal immigration and make those who want to seriously make America their come do it legally, you are talking about someone who can be a great President if he has the chance.

Trump has already talked to Putin, and both are talking about taking out ISIS as soon as possible. Trump is doing things the way he wants, unconventional and timely. I trust Trump will have a great 1st term as president and I will work hard to make sure he has a second one too.

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From Gallup:

Fifty-one percent of U.S. adults say they are “more confident” in President-elect Donald Trump’s ability to serve as president based on his statements and actions over the past few days. The percentage “more confident” in Trump a few days after his election is similar to ratings when Bill Clinton and George W. Bush won their respective elections in 1992 and 2000.

U.S. Adults’ Post-Election Confidence in President-Elect
More confident Less confident No difference/No opinion
% % %
Donald Trump 51 40 9
George W. Bush 54 28 18
Bill Clinton 53 26 21
GALLUP; NOV 9-13, 2016; DEC 15-17, 2000; NOV 10-11, 1992

The fact that similar percentages of Americans say they have more confidence in Trump in the days after his election as did so for Bush and Clinton is notable, given that Trump is much less popular as president-elect than they were. Trump’s favorable rating measured 42% in the Nov. 9-13 survey, compared with Bush’s 59% and Clinton’s 58% after they were elected.

The difference between the 1992 and 2000 situations and today’s is that a higher percentage of Americans say Trump’s statements and actions over the past few days have made them “less confident” in his ability to serve as president than in those previous elections. Forty percent of Americans say they are “less confident” in Trump, as opposed to 28% for Bush in 2000 and 26% for Clinton in 1992. Fewer Americans say they have “no opinion” or say Trump’s actions and statements make “no difference” than was the case for the two former presidents.

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