On the sixth day of Trump’s presidency, a new poll released shows his approval rating has now climbed to 59 percent.
Tuesday’s poll reflected a 57 percent approval rate, which indicates approval for President Trump’s performance has jumped two points in just two days.
Thursday’s poll figures indicate that 44 percent strongly approve and 31 percent strong disapprove. On Tuesday, 42 percent strongly approved and 33 percent strongly disapproved.
The Rasmussen Reports daily tracking poll is posted at 9:30 a.m. ET Monday – Friday.
In six days, President Trump has signed a number of executive orders, fulfilling many of his campaign promises on issues such as Obamacare, government regulations, immigration enforcement, moving forward on a border wall, withholding funding for abortions, withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, construction of the Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines, and requiring pipes be manufactured in the United States.
Trump has also implemented a hiring freeze on any new federal workers, except for the military, and is expected to implement a 30-day ban on visas from seven Middle Eastern countries, a 120-day ban on refugees to the U.S., and an indefinite ban on Syrian refugees.
The following graphs released by the Rasmussen Reports reflects that not only is Trump’s approval rating climbing, but his “strongly disapproval” rating is steadily falling in the six days since his inauguration.
H/T: Rasmussen Reports
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