President Donald Trump’s approval rating has followed the stock market’s fate to close out 2017 — up, up, up.
According to Rasmussen Reports latest poll, Trump’s approval rating has gradually risen since Oct. to close out 2017 at a near six-month high.
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Trump’s rise is hard to swallow for some. The president’s popularity is the exact opposite of what the mainstream media reports on the White House, which Pew researchers discovered is historically biased and unfair.
“About six-in-ten stories on Trump’s early days in office had a negative assessment, about three times more than in early coverage for Obama and roughly twice that of Bush and Clinton,” Pew found. “Coverage of Trump’s early time in office moved further away from a focus on the policy agenda and more toward character and leadership.” Only five percent of the mainstream media’s coverage of Trump was positive, compared to 42 percent of the media’s coverage on Obama’s job performance.
That’s not all. Compared to Democrat approval ratings, Trump is untouchable.
Only 37% of Americans have a favorable view of Democratic politicians, significantly less than Trump’s 45% approval rating. Meanwhile, a staggering 54% of American voters have an unfavorable opinion of Democrats.
That translates to millions of votes in national elections, which are coming up in 2018.
It turns out the American people are tuning out the media, and tuning into reality. The economy is booming, illegal immigration is near historic lows, ISIS has been defeated, jobs are returning, America is respected again throughout the world, and Hillary Clinton still isn’t president.
Trump’s approval rating reflects that.
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— The Horn editorial team