Trump’s popularity plunges below Obama’s worst moment
A poll conducted by the University of Quinnipiac says that Donald Trump has a 35% acceptance compared to 57% of Americans who censor his management. In addition, 52% of Americans said they were ashamed to have Trump as President and 61% described him as dishonest.
The popularity of US President Donald Trump has fallen short of the worst moment of his predecessor, Democrat Barack Obama, as his popular acceptance slumped to 35 percent, according to a new poll.
The poll, conducted by Quinnipiac University, assures against that 35% approval, there are 57% of Americans who censor Trump’s management, figures even worse than the 38% support and 57% rejection that Obama had At the worst moment of his presidency, in 2013.
The survey, conducted between March 30 and April 3 among 1,171 voters across the country, also claims that 52% of Americans are embarrassed to have Trump president, compared to only 27% say Feel proud and 19% are indifferent.
Former Republican President George W. Bush, who reached an unpopularity of 67 to 27 on May 14, 2008, “had less support, but it took him eight years (of government), two unpopular wars and a stagnant economy to get there “Said Tim Malloy, deputy director of the independent university’s survey.
Respondents also rated poorly the qualities of their new president, with 61% who consider him dishonest compared to 34% who think he is honest, 55% who do not think they have leadership skills compared to a 40 who holds the opposite. However, 60% consider it smart, 64% believe that it is a strong person and 64% think that it is fulfilling its campaign promises.