The more Democrats try to hurt Trump, the more his approval rating goes up.
A new poll that was just released by Gallup now has Trump’s approval rating at 49 percent.
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This impeachment has clearly helped Trump with Republicans, but it has also helped in another key demographic… independent voters.
President Trump now has an amazing 94 percent approval rating among Republicans.
His job approval rating among independents has also risen to 42 percent, a very bad sign for Democrats.
Both of these numbers are administration highs for President Trump.
The only dip, and this was expected, was among Democrats.
Trump now only enjoys a seven percent approval rating in this demographic, compared to 10 percent prior to the impeachment.
This is pretty ironic since many of the accomplishments of this administration have directly benefitted the voter demographic in the Democrat party.
More Good News
One of the most recent and more controversial “accomplishments” of this administration was also supported by the majority of Americans.
This would be the attack that resulted in the death of General Soleimani.
According to the poll, 53 percent of Americans agreed with the strike, with only 45 percent saying they disapproved.
An issue that will play well for Trump in the upcoming election, even from those that don’t like him, is the economy.
The Gallup report stated, “Americans’ confidence in the economy is higher than at any point in the past two decades.
“Similarly, national satisfaction is the highest in nearly 15 years.”
This will be huge come election day because most Americans do not want to risk losing this massive surge we have had.
Most economic experts agree the economy will turn at some point, but that day will be accelerated considerably by a Democrat president, as will the degree of the downturn.
Rather than simply having a leveling off, the Democrat agenda would likely throw us into a recession that would make the 2008-10 recession look like a picnic.
One final factor that will be huge for Republicans, in general, come election day, is the Republican party as a whole is now viewed positively by 51 percent of American, the highest it has been since 2005.
Last, but certainly not least, 52 percent support the acquittal of Trump, an absolutely crushing blow to Democrats.
With these numbers, all signs point to an absolute rout in the 2020 presidential election with very high hopes that Republicans will not only hold the Senate but also recapture the House.