Trump Approval Rating Sees Modest Rise After Military Strikes

Trump Approval Rating Sees Modest Rise After Military Strikes

Trump Approval Rating Sees Modest Rise After Military Strikes

A growing majority of Americans no longer trust President Donald Trump to keep his promises, a new poll by Gallup has revealed.

At a White House press conference February 3, when Press Secretary Sean Spicer was asked to comment on a newly released CBS News poll - conducted by live interviewers - which put Trump's approval rating at only 40 percent, he said: "I think there's also a Rasmussen poll that showed he had a 51-percent approval rating".

The number of Americans who believe that Donald Trump will follow through on the promises he made on the campaign trail is dwindling.

Only 40 percent of women think Trump keeps promises, down from 65 percent in February.

Trump's successes include the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch and executive order rollbacks of Obama-era regulations, but he has also had significant setbacks on his promised repeal of Obamacare and his proposed temporary immigration ban.

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In February, 62 percent said they thought Mr. Trump keeps his promises, but now only 45 percent think he does, the poll found.

Further, a Pew Research Center poll also released Monday finds fewer now feel confident that Trump will work effectively with Congress - from 60% expressing at least some confidence in that about a month after his election down to 46% now. The sharp decline, Gallup suggests, is due largely to Trump's apparent abandonment of his campaign promises including his pledge to repeal the the Affordable Care Act.

A majority of Americans in a new poll says that corporations and upper-income individuals do not pay enough taxes.

Ryan is much more disliked than several of his predecessors. But the declines have been greater among subgroups that tend to be less supportive of Trump, including Democrats, liberals, women and young adults. Marist's Friday poll had the billionaire at 39 percent approval, 49 percent disapproval.

Of course, the numbers for that characteristic could still shift for Trump as his presidency continues.

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