Trump’s approval rating improved slightly over the week

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According to the latest Gallup poll, President Donald J. Trump is enjoying a slight uptick in his approval rating.

On a daily basis, Gallup tracks the percentage of Americans who approve or disapprove of the president’s performance. The results are compiled after telephone interviews are conducted with approximately 1,500 national adults. The president’s rate has remained at a fairly steady approval/disapproval rate.

One week ago, on the 11th of September, President Trump was sitting at a 37-percent approval rating, with 58-percent of respondents disapproving of his performance.

This Monday, the president’s approval rating sits at 38-percent approval, with a 57-percent disapproval.

Source: news.gallup.com

Over the last seven-days, Thursday the 15th was the president’s worst day for Gallup results.

Thursday’s poll showed the president’s approval rating had dropped to 36-percent approval and 59-percent disapproval. Potentially, the downturn was related to what was happening in the nation that day, and the day before, including:

Note that conservatives like DML News CEO Dennis Michael Lynch, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity, and Breitbart News spoke out against the DACA news on both days; however, the margin of error for the Gallup poll is ±3 percentage points.

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