American society supports Trumponomics but is split over impeachment Approval of Trump’s economic policies has reached its highest level in a year, society is sharply polarized by party affiliation on the issue of impeachment. Ahead of the historic House vote […]
American society supports Trumponomics but is split over impeachment
Approval of Trump’s economic policies has reached its highest level in a year, society is sharply polarized by party affiliation on the issue of impeachment.
Ahead of the historic House vote that is expected to hold President Donald Trump accountable, a new economic study from CNBC found the nation is evenly divided over the issue, but about one in five Americans is either willing or unsure. in its position.
A poll of 800 Americans across the country showed that 45% disapprove of the indictments brought against Trump in Congress and 44% approve of them, little has changed since September. Of those who have their own opinion on this issue, 10% say that they are open to changing their minds, and 11% have not decided on their position.
The poll conducted on December 10-13 has an error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.
The poll shows a strong split in society over the issue of impeachment – 78% of Democrats support it and 83% of Republicans oppose it. Do not want impeachment from 46% to 41% of citizens who do not support any of the ruling parties.
Trump’s economic policy approval rates hit their highest level in a year again.
Poll shows that 49% approve of the way the president manages economy, up from 42% in September. Disappointment level in economic policy dropped to 40% from 50%. As a result, Trump’s net economic approval rating changed from minus 8% in September (the first negative during his presidency) to plus 9%, which is a significant step of 17 points for this period..
The president’s overall approval rating has also improved, but not as much as in the economy. The poll showed that 49% of Americans disapprove of the work Trump is doing and 40% approve. The net approval rate was minus 9%, which is however a significant improvement from minus 16% in the September survey.