TWEET: Trump approval rating with Hispanics jumps big time

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There’s a new Zogby poll that is catching the attention of many people, including the President of the United States who tweeted about it Thursday evening (scroll down to see tweet).

Sitting at the top of the Twitter account of Donald J. Trump on Thursday is an article about the Zogby poll which states President Trump is polling well with Hispanics.

Taken during the first week of August, the Zogby Analytics poll reflects an 11-point pop from the same time last month. According to the poll, 42 percent of Hispanic voters say they approve of the job being done by President Donald J. Trump.  Last month the number was a meek 31 percent.

The article highlighting the poll was from the Washington Examiner.  Trump shared the headline, “Trump approval rebounds to 45%, surges among Hispanics, union homes, men.”

The poll is one of the better ones for the president.  Some polls have the president polling in the 30s, but the Zogby poll shows Trump with an average approval rating of 45 percent. In July, the same poll showed 42 percent.

As the Washington Examiner points out, it’s not just Hispanics who are happy with the president. Trump saw a strong show of support from union households this month. In July, he was polling at 43 percent with union households.  In August it popped to 51 percent.

“By most polling standards, going from 43 to 51 is a huge jump,” said Dennis Michael Lynch. He continued, “There is no question this increase he is seeing stems back to the job growth he’s helping to create.  I know he likes to cheer for the stock market, but markets go up and down. People are more concerned about jobs. Right now, jobs are strong. Wages are still weaker than most people would like, but at least they are out working a job of some kind. There’s nothing that feels better to someone who has been out of work — getting up in the morning and heading off to a job — suddenly they feel a purpose again. That sort of optimism is how poll numbers skyrocket.”

During President Trump’s presidency, more than 1,000,000 private sector jobs have been created with more on the way. Last month, one of the largest manufacturers of Apple products made a deal to build their very first factory in the United States.

In late July, Foxconn Technology Group chairman Terry Gou joined President Trump at a news conference held at the White House to announce the company would be investing $10 billion to build a 20 million square foot factory that could eventually employ up to 13,000 workers.

Also in July, the Labor Department announced that the U.S. jobs market added 222,000 jobs in June. These results were well above expectations.

Part of the success is Trump’s commitment to cutting regulations.

White House budget director Mick Mulvaney revealed at a news briefing in July that President Obama was holding a “secret list” of 860 proposed federal rules that he was hoping to implement while he was in office.

Cutting regulations has been one of the foundations of Trump’s economic program in his efforts to return the U.S. economy to an annual growth rate of 3 percent or more; a number that hasn’t been reached in 10 years.

To that end, federal agencies under Trump have withdrawn 469 proposed regulations from Obama’s list, and another 391 proposed regulations have been delayed for further evaluation.

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