CNN Poll: Most Americans Believe the Women Alleging Affairs with Trump

CNN Poll: Most Americans Believe the Women Alleging Affairs with Trump

Trump's approval ratings have seesawed over the last four CNN polls - from 35 per cent in December up to 40 per cent in January, down to 35 per cent in February and back up to 42 per cent now.

Of the 42 percent approving, 86 percent were Republicans, five percent Democrats, and 41 percent independents.

The mark is up seven percentage points since mid-February, and four percentage points since August of a year ago, when Trump's mark dipped to 38 percent. But, as CNN notes, it is only 4 points behind Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan when compared to this point in their respective presidencies.

Both CNN and AP said that Trump's brightening approval numbers are linked to the performance of the USA economy, the world's largest, where voters give him a favorable assessment compared to his handling of other public issues.

The poll shows that while he personally enjoys relatively high approval rates, due in part to his handling of the economy, respondents generally are unsatisfied with his handling of foreign affairs, Russia, and excessive spending among his Cabinet secretaries.

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Americans who say they are most eager to vote strongly disapprove of Donald Trump, a new poll shows.

53 percent disapprove of the way he is handling foreign affairs, with 39 percent in approval.

Mr. Trump's strongest numbers on particular issues relate to his handling of the economy, the only one on which a greater share approves than disapproves (48 percent to 45 percent).

Majorities have said that he can not bring the kind of change the country needs (52 per cent) and that he won't unite the country (60 per cent).

The CNN Poll was conducted from March 22-25 among a random national sample of 1,014 adults reached on landlines or cellphones by a live interviewer.

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