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Most Think Obama White House Spied On Trump Campaign, Want Special Counsel: IBD/TIPP Poll

Americans overwhelmingly believe the Obama administration "improperly surveilled" Donald Trump's presidential campaign, and a majority say they would like to see a special prosecutor appointed to look into possible misconduct by the FBI and Department of Justice in spying on Trump, the latest IBD/TIPP poll shows.

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Trump's Tax Plan Gets High Marks As His Approval Rating Stumbles: IBD/TIPP Poll

A majority of the public backs the key elements of the tax reform plan outlined by President Trump and the Republican leadership in Congress, including a sharp reduction in the corporate income tax rate and the doubling of the standard deduction, according to the latest IBD/TIPP poll.

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Trump makes a comeback in the polls

President Trump’s historically low job approval rating has been on the rise in recent weeks, giving the president a boost as the White House works to repeal ObamaCare and pass tax reform.

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Uh Oh. Pollsters Are Screwing Up Again

Most national pollsters are back churning out biased and misleading poll numbers after recovering from their shock over President Donald Trump’s 2016 election victory, according to The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group analysis.

“I do know inherently there is a Democratic bias in the polls. And most of them will deny it” says Raghavan Mayur, an independent pollster who is president of TechnoMetrica, which leads the polling operations at Investor’s Business Daily.

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IBD/TIPP Poll: 57 Percent Think Media to Blame for Russia Hoopla

Most Americans doubt Russia influenced the 2016 presidential election, and almost half believe the ongoing investigation to be a "political 'witch hunt'" to get President Donald Trump impeached, according to a new poll from Investor's Business Daily.

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Trump's Approval Drops As His Spending, Tax Cut Plans Gain Wide Support: IBD/TIPP Poll

A majority of the public approves of the Republican plan to cut Medicaid spending while handing greater control of the health care program to states, the latest IBD/TIPP poll finds. It also found overwhelming support for President Trump's call to impose work requirements on able-bodied food-stamp recipients, and strong support for tax cuts.

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