Rasmussen Poll: Trump Approval Rating Jumps to 53 Percent

Highest approval rating in five months.

President Donald Trump received an approval rating of 53 percent from likely voters, according to a Rasmussen poll released Tuesday.

The last time Trump got a 53 percent approval rating was in April 2019, which was a full seven points higher than Barack Obama at this same point his presidency.

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  1. New Zealand: Snow and ice close South Island highways after wild weather Sep 26 2019 with video
    A wintry blast left major South Island state highways shut, severe gales hammered Auckland, and hundreds of lightning strikes cracked over the North and South islands overnight.
    In Southland, State Highway 94 (SH94 from Te Anau to Milford closed due to avalanche risk and snow fall. It is likely to be closed for most of Thursday.
    SH87 is shut from Outram to Kyeburn in Otago due to snow and there is no detour.
    State Highway 1 (SH1) from Dunedin to Waitati reopened after being closed on Thursday morning due to black ice.

  2. Don’t let poll numbers lull you into a false sense of security. Make sure you get out and vote. It really matters more so than ever before. MAGA.

  3. According to David Dubyne, there will be a confluence of destructive forces in 2023.

    So Trump gets re-elected in 2020, and the world goes to hell in a handbasket in 2023. Trump steps up and deals effectively with multiple crises.

    Can you imagine the popular demand to repeal the term limit on the presidency? I can.

    Can you spell beginning-of-the-end?

  4. Dear Leader, our savior, hope of our nation save us from all the others in this world. Trump, Trump, Trump all for you Trump.

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