President Trump’s approval rating has edged up, driven by long-term confidence in his economy and boosted by the lackluster performances of the two dozen Democrats trying to beat him in the 2020 election, according to the latest Zogby poll
Namely, it found that recent issues portrayed as trouble for Trump haven’t hurt him and that he is growing in support among Africans Americans, Hispanics, independents, and younger voters.
“President Trump’s job approval has continued to rise the last few months,” said pollster Jonathan Zogby in his analysis of likely voters.
But, he added, “It’s also very plausible he is benefiting from poor performances by the Democratic presidential candidates who have continued to move very far to the left with their policies. The Democrats have floated nationalizing healthcare, strict gun control, ‘The Green New Deal,’ and raising taxes, all which are very unpopular in polling on a national level and in key battleground states.”
If President Donald Trump wins half of Hispanica and over a quarter of African Americans Democrats will be in big trouble
African Americans: 30/70
Suburban Women: 43/57
Urban Women: 47/53
Urban Men: 57/43
Millennial voters aged 25-34: 53/47
Middle aged voters aged 35-54: 54/46