According to all relevant US public opinion polls, President Donald Trump’s popularity increases.
The Chicago-based RealClearPolitics portal, which provides public opinion polls and analyzes, compared the surveys of the top 15 US institutes. This shows that President Donald Trump’s acceptance is slowly but steadily increasing.
According to a survey conducted by the Pew Institute between March 7 and March 14, President’s popularity was 42 percent, and the same proportion was surveyed by the Marist College of New York public opinion poll. The survey conducted by NBC television showed a 43 percent popularity over the same period. In the days between March 18 and March 21, a few percentage points, but the acceptance of the president continued to rise. Although Gallup scored 39 percent, the joint survey by CNN news and RRSS showed 43 percent, Reuters news agency and Ipsos 44 percent, Fox television 45, and Rasmussen 46 percent.
According to polls conducted on the first hundred days of its presidency, Donald Trump was supported by 42 percent of the respondents, but subsequent surveys recorded a loss of popularity. In December 2017, for example, the support of the chairman was 35 percent among those questioned by CNN. At the same time, CNN noted that Trump’s current popularity is only 4 percent behind Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama’s popularity over the same period.
Kellyann Conway, an Advisor to the White House on Fox television, said the slow rise was being explained by the fact that some of the press constantly “aggressively suggests that any decision by President Trump will have something tragic, but that will never happen.” He added that people do not trust the press, so they are listening to their own experiences not to analysts.
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