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Thursday, November 17, 2016

Half of Americans More Confident in Trump Since Election


WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Fifty-one percent of U.S. adults say they are "more confident" in President-elect Donald Trump's ability to serve as president based on his statements and actions over the past few days. The percentage "more confident" in Trump a few days after his election is similar to ratings when Bill Clinton and George W. Bush won their respective elections in 1992 and 2000.
 
The fact that similar percentages of Americans say they have more confidence in Trump in the days after his election as did so for Bush and Clinton is notable, given that Trump is much less popular as president-elect than they were. Trump's favorable rating measured 42% in the Nov. 9-13 survey, compared with Bush's 59% and Clinton's 58% after they were elected.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Give the man a Break!!!
He has already done more in a week than most of the past
Pres elects did....
He not even in office yet and being attacked all the time

Hope he surprises all the Haters out there and make them
eat their words when things get going GREAT !!

It is coming.....and all the WINERS will then shut up !!!

America certainly has Nothing to lose compared to what
would happen if Hillary had won >>>> think about that

Anonymous said...

Anyone who was Not a Friggin Democrat would be attacked
by the Hillary Press and put under a microscope ...
There are Not any Perfect people the last time I checked...
and certainly, there are not any among the Democrats Who,
have Ruined this country.......
The Clinton Mafia has it's hooks all over the place and
No-one is good enough for them ,that they cannot control...

Anonymous said...

I was confident in Trump before he won the election.