REPORT: Trump’s approval rating is back near first-100-day levels
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Trump’s approval rating stands at 40 percent in a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, slightly more than his 36 percent approval rating when last measured in January. It’s also the highest he’s enjoyed in Post-ABC polling since his first 100 days in office.
The Hill reports further:
A majority of Americans living in rural areas, 59 percent, approves of the job Trump is doing in office. Fifty-three percent of whites also say they approve of Trump’s job performance.
A vast majority of racial and ethnic minorities, 79 percent, disapprove of the job Trump is doing.
The poll was conducted from April 8 to 11 among 1,002 adults. The margin of error is 3.5 percent.
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