The blue collar people, people who want to get out from under are in Trump’s camp. The elitists, the old guard and the people who want the same status quo. We are at war with the status quo and America is answering back, fighting back and wants things to change, more job creation, stronger rhetoric with our enemies, common sense solutions,(Trump meeting with Korea and Russia in the near future).
Trump is winning at even fighting the biggest up hill battle of any president. He fights the media, the establishment and the ultra left. Sanctuary cities, a big problem for the administration, however, we are starting to see cities and towns pushing back. Little by little the right is taking back America, starting to think more clearly about the costs and consequences then just knee jerk reactions like we did in the past. We have made more progress to getting America back to work, clearing out illegals and moving toward more efficient energy in one year under Trump then we did in all eight years under Obama. Trump is starting to gain steam, people see that he is giving best efforts, doing what is best for our country. American people are starting to tune out Chris Cuomo, The View and left wing news organizations because they are getting sick of the same old, same old.
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Daily Presidential Tracking Poll
Monday, April 02, 2018
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-nine percent (49%) disapprove.
The latest figures include 33% who Strongly Approve of the way the president is performing and 39% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of -6. (see trends).
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Democrats and liberal activists are angry at the Trump administration for adding a citizenship question to the upcoming 2020 U.S. Census. But two-out-of-three Americans (66%) agree that the Census should ask respondents whether they are citizens of the United States.
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens wrote an op-ed in The New York Times last week calling for repeal of the Second Amendment in light of the current gun control debate, but most Americans reject that idea.
While some government officials and activists are calling for tighter gun control laws following the massacre at a Florida high school in February, Americans aren’t convinced stricter gun laws will reduce crime and don’t trust the government to fairly enforce those laws. By a 54% to 33% margin, Americans believe the failure of government agencies to respond to numerous warning signs from the prospective killer is more to blame for the mass shooting in Florida than a lack of adequate gun control.
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