Top Democratic leaders like House Minority Speaker Nancy Pelosi have promised a “blue wave” is coming to America.
But, with just one day left until the elections, Americans don’t seem ready to Pelosi.
Rasmussen’s daily poll tracking shows that the president’s approval rating is holding steady at a 50 percent approval among voters.
If Trump’s strong approval rating is any indication of how the elections will turn out, Pelosi and her fellow Democrats are in for some trouble.
The poll shows a dramatic upswing of support for Trump from a 46 percent approval rating on Oct. 24.
On this very day in 2010 — during President Barack Obama’s second year in office — his approval rating stood at a 45 percent approval.
At the time Obama’s performance was disapproved of by 54 percent of Americans, while Trump has a lower disapproval rating of 49 percent.
Mainstream media news coverage overwhelmingly is negative towards Trump. His approval ratings suggest American voters disagree.
Trump told his supporters to vote on Tuesday, saying the media will treat the midterm results as a referendum on his presidency.
“Even though I’m not on the ballot, in a certain way I am on the ballot,” Trump said during a town hall Monday. “The press is very much considering it a referendum on me and us as a movement.”
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