President Trump’s Approval Rating Just Climbed to Highest Level Since September

President Trump might not be Time’s “Person of the Year” or the most praised president of the U.S., but given the resistance he’s been facing from the left, and still is, he’s done quite good.

According to the Independent Journal Review:

Despite controversy swirling around the Russia investigation and Roy Moore’s candidacy for Senate, it hasn’t impacted Trump in a negative way. In fact, it’s actually had the opposite effect. The president’s approval rating is higher than it’s been in months.

According to the Washington Examiner:

President Trump’s approval rating increased to 45 percent in the first week of December, the highest mark he’s received since September, according to a Morning Consult/Politico poll released Wednesday.

The majority of voters, 51 percent, did not approve of Trump’s job in office. But his approval rating in the Dec. 1-3 survey is the highest since a Sept. 29-Oct. 1 poll in which he was also at 45 percent. He has not been higher than 45 percent since early July. He then dipped in August in the wake of his reaction to violence in Charlottesville, Va.

That’s quite the spike in support for the president. The last time his approval rating was this high was after he was sworn into office, according to Gallup. In addition, the Republican National Committee is continuing to blow away the Democratic National Committee in fundraising.

By comparison, the RNC raised about $9.2 million in October — bringing its total to $113 million so far this year — and has $42.5 million in cash on hand, according to an early glimpse of the party’s monthly finance report provided to The Hill on Monday.

This is great news for the President. Despite the left’s endless efforts to take him down, President Trump’s has been doing great ever since he took office. He’s managed to fight them off and do his job.

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(Source: www.ijr.com)

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