Voters Wary of Trump, Confident in Economy

Pauline Gross
January 12, 2018

The December 19 national poll found US voter economic outlook hits all-time high; but voters disapprove of Trump's handling of economy.

In the Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday, 39 percent of voters gave Trump a failing grade of F, while another 17 percent barely passed him with a D. Trump received an A or a B from 32 percent of voters. "Something noble about the presidency", former CBS news anchor Dan Rather told Salon in November.

The poll says that 51 percent of Americans answered that Democrats should not impeach the president if they regain the House in the midterm elections in 2018.

"President Trump can hang his hat on the economy, but must share the hat rack with President Barack Obama, as two-thirds of the country see the economic picture as excellent or good", Malloy said.

Regarding the nation's economy, 66 percent of respondents say it is "excellent" or "good", up from 63 percent last month.

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Quinnipiac University conducted the poll from January 5 to January 9 and surveyed 1,106 voters via phone calls and live interviews.

The November 15 national poll found latest massacre drives gun control support to new high; voters reject GOP tax plan 2-1. Roughly 30 percent said his policies "aren't making much of a difference".

The January 10 national poll found Trump is intelligent, but not fit or level-headed, US voters say; first year was "disaster", "chaotic", "successful".

Quinnipiac also quizzed voters on whether they feel Trump was intelligent and fit for the Oval Office.

Despite this, Trump tweeted out portions of the poll on Thursday. While almost 70 per cent of voters feel Trump is not "level headed", 53 per cent feel the president is "intelligent" compared to the 44 per cent who said he's not "intelligent" and the 28 per cent who said he's "level headed". His job approval rating is 36 percent.

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