A new Harvard-Harris poll of registered voters on a wide range of issues is all bad news for Democrats with November’s elections rapidly approaching. (Daily Wire)
The poll found that 47% currently approve of Trump’s handling of the presidency, which is two points better than last month and about where Rasmussen puts him (and nearly identical to Barack Obama’s approval at the same point in his presidency, by the way).
On the economy, a crucial indicator for midterms, the results are devastating for Democrats: 69% say the economy is either “very” or “somewhat” strong (just 31% disagree); 68% say their own financial situation is either improving or about the same (just 26% say it’s “getting worse”); 58% approve of Trump’s work on stimulating job creation, and about the same number, 57%, approve of his handling of the economy.
Overall, 46% say Trump is handling immigration well, which is probably higher than most would have thought, but when specific decisions and policies are cited, it’s clear that a strong majority agree with Trump on most of his key stances. A few highlights (h/t Zipperer for pointing out several of these):
Read more at American Action News.