Donald Trump’s favorability rating has shot up dramatically as the president-elect makes more and more popular moves.
A Bloomberg poll released Wednesday showed that 50 percent of the people now have a positive view of Trump. That’s a major jump in only a few months when his popularity was at 33% back in August.
The Hill states Trump’s spike in favorability numbers may be impressive, but the usual attacks from other media outlets have to state his status can’t compare to where President Obama was around the same time before his January 2009 inauguration.
A Gallup survey put Obama’s favorability rating at 78 percent. Trump also fell behind George Bush’s post-election favorability rating back in 2000, which was at 59 percent.
Trump’s popularity surge can only enhance his ability to govern and 73 percent of those surveyed said they’d be fine with Trump recalibrating his positions from the campaign. It appears the public in general are trying to give him the benefit of the doubt and are taking a “sit back and watch” attitude as he continues to build his cabinet and gets involved in ongoing issues concerning America.
Trumps popularity gets a boost since election poll finds – MarketWatch https://t.co/fuBt8kuASK
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