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Trump Job Approval Relapses Amid Coronavirus Threat: IBD/TIPP Poll

Impeachment couldn't stop President Donald Trump's job approval from rising, but the coronavirus might. As Americans' near-term view of the economy soured in February, amid worry over the coronavirus and a Dow Jones correction, Trump's job approval rating relapsed.

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Impeachment Hurt Somebody. It Wasn’t Trump.

The impeachment struggle is now over. Historians may one day vindicate Democrats for exposing Donald Trump’s abuse of power. But as of now, they have lost. Not only will Trump remain president, and not only does he appear stronger politically than before the impeachment battle began, but he has succeeded in doing precisely what he wanted in the first place: He tarred Joe Biden, who last year looked like Trump’s most formidable Democratic rival, with the kind of vague suspicion of wrongdoing that presidential candidates can’t easily shake.

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Disaster Looms For Democrats

As the nation gets ready for a presidential election, the Democratic Party is in total turmoil. Their 2020 presidential candidates are not exciting voters. There is a very large field of candidates, but none of them seem able to defeat President Donald Trump in the upcoming general election.

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Americans Back Trump On Iran, Economy And Narrowly On Impeachment: IBD/TIPP Poll

Americans narrowly oppose President Donald Trump's impeachment and removal from office, the January IBD/TIPP Poll finds. The public backs President Trump's decision to kill a key Iranian military leader and applauds his handling of the economy. For a president who has never polled particularly well — and whose job approval rating remains 8 points under water — this is the equivalent of being on a roll.

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6 In 10 Americans Back Trump Impeachment Inquiry: IBD/TIPP

The first full month of impeachment headlines has taken a toll on President Donald Trump's standing, the November IBD/TIPP Poll shows. Now 61% of Americans following the news back the Trump impeachment inquiry, while 39% oppose it. Meanwhile, Trump's job approval slumped to 39%, with 56% disapproval. Americans grew more negative on his handling of China trade, despite a partial trade deal.

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Americans Back Trump Impeachment Inquiry — And Biden Probe: IBD/TIPP Poll

Half of Americans think President Donald Trump's effort to get Ukraine to investigate potential 2020 election rival Joe Biden is an impeachable offense, the October IBD/TIPP Poll found. But the Ukraine scandal has yet to hurt Trump's approval rating or 2020 election prospects. In fact, Trump cut Biden's advantage in a head-to-head matchup nearly in half compared to the September poll. And a solid majority favors a probe of Biden and his son.

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Trump Approval Climbs, Tracks Better Than Obama At Same Point

While President Donald Trump has continued to struggle in many national approval polls, according to the daily tracking poll produced by Rasmussen — one of the most reliable U.S. pollsters — after taking a dip in the polls, Trump's back up to nearly his highest mark in the last two years — and tracking better than President Barack Obama at the same point in his presidency. Obama would go on to easily win re-election against Republican Mitt Romney, while early head-to-head polls indicate that Trump is going to have a steeper hill to climb.

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Will Trump Win? The Latest On Trump’s National And State-By-State Approval Ratings.

As the 2020 Democratic Party presidential candidates battle it out for the nomination, politicos must also pay close attention to President Donald Trump's approval rating across the 50 states. While Trump's national approval rating has been hovering below 50% for his entire presidency, it was on the upswing for the beginning of the summer before only beginning to falter a bit toward the end of July. The president's approval rating has recovered a bit thus far in September, however.

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Trump Job Approval Hits 7-Month Low As China Trade War Escalates: IBD/TIPP Poll

President Donald Trump's job approval rating fell to 39% in the September IBD/TIPP Poll, matching February's reading for the lowest in a year. The erosion in the Trump approval rating comes as Americans registered greater disapproval of the escalating China trade war. The public still gives Trump's handling of the economy positive marks, but somewhat less so.

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Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll

Each month, the IBD/TIPP Poll, a collaboration between Investor's Business Daily and TechnoMetrica, produces an exclusive Presidential Leadership Index. In addition to tracking President Donald Trump's job approval rating, the index combines results from several questions in the monthly IBD/TIPP Poll to gauge how well the president is viewed when it comes to leading the country, both domestically and internationally.

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