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Trump's 34% Approval In IBD/TIPP Poll Is Nothing To Cheer, Or Ignore

The reaction to the latest IBD/TIPP poll showing President Trump's approval ratings taking a big hit has been, well, depressing. Liberals are shamelessly cheering it on while some Trump backers are blaming the poll. Both responses are misguided.

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IBD/TIPP Poll: Trump Losing White Male Voter Support

Support for President Donald Trump among white men and people living in rural areas, two of Trump's strongest groups during the election, dropped over the last month, according to an Investors Business Daily/TechnoMetrica poll taken in late March.

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Trump Approval Plunges Amid Russia Inquiry, ObamaCare Repeal Failure — IBD/TIPP Poll

Just 34% of the public approve of the job President Trump is doing, as his support among Republicans and independents tumbles, according to the April IBD/TIPP poll. Fifty six percent disapprove of the job he's doing. Approval ratings for a president haven't been this low since President Bush's last months in office.

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Poll: Americans Turned Off by Negative Trump Coverage

Investor’s Business Daily with a poll — and, by the way, I need to repeatedly remind you that the IBD poll remains one of the most accurate polls in recent years in predicting the outcome of various elections, including presidential. What they have determined in this latest poll is: “Public Turned Off by Media’s Relentlessly Negative Coverage of Trump — 55% of the public says they’ve grown ‘weary from the media’s persistently negative coverage of President Trump.’

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IBD/TIPP Poll: Majority Say Media Too Tough on Trump

A majority of Americans believe the press has been too hard on President Donald Trump, with 55 percent saying they are growing "weary" of the constant drumbeat of negative coverage, according to the latest IBD/TIPP poll.

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Defeated Media Elite Alienate Many With Anti-Trump Coverage

After failing in its attempt to delegitimize and defeat Donald Trump through persistently negative coverage of the candidate throughout the recent campaign, the establishment news media might have been expected to acknowledge its failures and make some effort toward restoring objectivity to journalism.

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Biased Media Give Obama An Early Christmas Present

The White House must have felt that President Obama needed more glowing coverage as the year wound down. Mainstream media dutifully complied, with puff pieces that should make reporters gag.

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Losing His Religion: Christians Strongly Oppose Obama Across The Board

A significant religious divide has opened up in the country. IBD/TIPP polls taken in March and April show that Christians — including both Protestants and Catholics — strongly oppose President Obama on almost every issue, from his economic policies, to his attempts at a deal with Iran, to his immigration policies. Those Americans without religious affiliation remain enthusiastic supporters.

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New Poll: Obama Poisoned Race Relations In America

Our latest poll suggests that far from healing America's racial wounds, the first black president has reopened them. Obama the uniter is actually the great divider.

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Most Americans Label Obama Presidency A Failure

In another sign of President Obama's deteriorating public support, more than half of Americans now say that he is failing as president, the latest IBD/TIPP poll finds.

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Obama's Tumble In Polls Shows Presidency In Trouble

Barack Obama entered the White House with a thicker coat of political polytetrafluoroethylene than any American leader in history. But new polls suggest that, among the public at least, the Teflon has worn off.

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Can Obama's 'Year of Action' revive his presidency?

Touting his “Year of Action,” President Obama is doing everything he can to show that he’s not a lame duck with sorry poll numbers, rendered ineffective by a Congress that may well turn even more Republican in this year’s elections – all of which is more or less the case these days.

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Obama Vow Of Hope, Change Has Turned Sour

This editorial, headlined "In The Moment" and following a 21-part series titled "The Audacity of Socialism," ran in Investor's Business Daily on Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008, the day after Barack Obama was elected president. The new high in the chart was registered in this month's IBD/TIPP Poll.

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Obama's One-Man Rule Amounts To A 'Gradual, Quiet Coup'

President Obama has vowed to bypass Congress and govern by the stroke of his pen and the bark of phone orders in place of the law. But a new IBD/TIPP poll shows the public is getting very wary of such abuses.

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