Approval for President Donald Trump and his temporary refugee ban continues to grow among middle class voters.
The Washington Examiner reported:
Support for President Trump is turning around and growing, especially in the Midwest and among middle class workers, and the public’s opposition to his tough immigration orders isn’t anything close to what critics and some in the media are reporting, according to a new survey.
A poll from Zogby Analytics provided to Secrets Monday found that 48 percent of voters approve of Trump’s job as president, while 43 percent disapprove. “This is a five point jump since our last poll in January,” said the survey.
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President Trump also receives high marks from voters in the Central/Great Lakes region (51% ), voters earning $100k or more annually (52% ), voters in small cities (56% ) and rural areas (54% ), union members (55% ), NASCAR fans (60% ), weekly Walmart shoppers (55% ) and homeowners (55% ). Voters who are worse off financially and who have lost a job due to corporate downsizing also approved of President Trump’s job to date.
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