Trump’s approval with whites is falling so fast that he now has the same first term approval rating white voters as former President Barack Obama. Carrie Dann of NBC News tweeted the data from Gallup: As of mid-August of 1st term: (Gallup) Obama approvalwhite: 46%nonwhite: 73% Trump approval:white: 46%nonwhite: 15% — Carrie Dann (@CarrieNBCNews) August…
A new Gallup poll found that former President Obama is maintaining his popularity surge thanks to Donald Trump. Chart of Obama’s popularity surge via Gallup: Gallup reported, “Obama’s current 63% favorable rating is similar to what Gallup measured during the lame-duck period of his presidency, from mid-November 2016 through January 2017. Those ratings represented an…
Trump was alone with his thoughts at 7 AM and was on the President’s mind wasn’t any number of challenges facing the United States and the world, but how he was secretly more popular than Obama. Trump tweeted at 7:02 AM on Sunday: The new Rasmussen Poll, one of the most accurate in the 2016…
President Obama is set to leave office with the highest favorability rating of any president in 24 years.
With only months remaining in his second term, President Barack Obama’s job approval has reached its highest level since July 2009 as the American people are giving him credit for a presidency well done.
The American people appear to be finally appreciating Obama as the President’s job approval rating has jumped to 55%.
More bad news for Republicans as the latest NBC News/WSJ poll revealed that a plurality of Americans gave President Obama credit for improving the economy.
As the Republican Party nears a state of Trump led collapse, President Obama’s approval rating has reached its highest level since 2011.
Obama approval is skyrocketing, and it is ideological Independents who are fueling his rise.
It has been less than a week since Donald Trump has clinched the Republican nomination, and President Obama job approval rating has jumped by three points.
President Obama’s job approval rating now sits at 52%. As the President gets more popular by the day, optimism is growing among Democrats for a big 2016 election victory.
President Obama’s rising popularity is creating a nightmare for Republicans, as the number of self-identified Democrats is surging as the 2016 presidential election heats up.
According to the latest Gallup Daily Tracking Poll, President Obama’s job approval rating has reached a new high of 53%.
President Obama’s approval rating has reached its highest level in three years. According to Gallup, President Obama’s approval rating is now on par with Ronald Reagan’s approval rating at the same point in their respective presidencies.
President Obama’s job approval rating has gained six points since July and 11 points over the past year.
During an interview on Meet The Press, Gov. Scott Walker crumbled and couldn’t explain why President Obama has higher approval ratings in his home state of Wisconsin than he does.
A new CNN/ORC poll has found that President Obama’s approval rating has jumped to a two-year high after a big week that saw two Supreme Court rulings go his way, legislative success, and a stirring eulogy in Charleston.
Gov. Bobby Jindal is going to be running for President, but his approval rating has sunk so low that President Obama is more popular than the Republican in deep red Louisiana.
Thanks to a growing economy President Obama’s approval rating has reached its highest level since May of 2013. Obama is now more popular than George W. Bush, and as popular as Ronald Reagan was at the same point in their second terms.
Since Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu arrived in the U.S., President Obama’s approval rating has increased by 5 points in the Gallup poll.
President Obama’s approval rating has improved by 22 points in the Gallup poll since Republicans won control of Congress. Obama’s opposition to the Republican agenda is making the president more popular while destroying the myth of a GOP mandate.
With gas prices on a record low decline, and the economy experiencing its best quarter in 11 years, President Obama’s approval rating has reached its highest level in 20 months.
A new survey from Gallup found that Democrats are slightly underwater with their party approval rating, but the Republican Party is on pace for the lowest election year approval rating ever.
President Obama is beginning 2014 on the upswing as millions are signing up for the ACA, and his approval rating has increased by 5 points according to Gallup.
The Republican Party’s obsession with Obama scandals is backfiring in a big way, as the party’s disapproval rating has shot up to 59%.
According to Gallup, President Obama’s job approval rating has jumped to 53% since the third presidential debate. This is Obama’s highest approval rating by since Bin Laden’s death in May of 2011.
President Obama’s latest increase in his approval rating has put him on at the same level as Bill Clinton and Ronald Ronald Reagan during their first terms.
According to the Gallup Daily Tracking Poll, President Obama’s approval rating has jumped a net 10 points from 45%/46% to 52%/43% since the Democratic Convention.
According to the new CNN/Opinion Dynamics poll, confidence is growing among Americans that President Obama’s policies will move the nation in the right direction. 55% of those surveyed believe that Obama will lead us in the right direction compared to 51% who believe that Republican policies will lead the US in the WRONG direction. Most importantly, the poll revealed that Obama, not the GOP is being given the political credit for the tax cut deal.
A new McClatchy-Marist poll was released today and it contained some that should give both the White House and President a cause for concern as they implement the President’s new centrist strategy. According to the poll, Obama’s approval rating has dropped to a new low of 42%. This decline is being fueled by a near doubling in his disapproval rating among Democrats.
According to a new Gallup poll released today, President Obama has been helped by the midterm election that his party suffered. Obama has actually seen his approval rating rise by 4 points to 47%. Both George W. Bush and Bill Clinton saw their approval ratings fall after their parties lost control of Congress. Obama could…
According to the new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll released tonight, the Republican Party might be in for an even bumpier 2012 than they could have imagined, as they are faced with choosing from a slate of very unpopular candidates. Sarah Palin had both the highest favorable and unfavorable ratings at 30% and 48% respectively.