The results of many 2020 races have been finalized—and we’re seeing big victories for Republicans.
Many people are claiming that Republicans down-ticket, including for Congress, were actually riding on Trump’s coattails. They took a dozen seats in the House and will likely hold the Senate.
Not to mention how they now control 31 state houses. Now that people have seen the clear election victories (even though the White House battle still rages), they are responding in Trump’s approval poll.
From Rasmussen Reports:
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Thursday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance…
The latest figures include 39% who Strongly Approve of the job Trump is doing and 40% who Strongly Disapprove.
And that’s a 2-point increase from just the other day.
It seems like a president who “lost” re-election and is generally hated by the country wouldn’t get such a high approval, right?
But that is exactly what the media wants us to believe about this election. They are saying that Americans have given Trump his walking papers, electing in his place a man who held no rallies and hid in his basement for months.
Yet Republicans won big victories nearly everywhere else? How can that be? If Republicans won big victories in swing states—how could Trump have lost?
Does that mean Republican voters picked GOP candidates and Biden? Has that ever happened anywhere?
And his current approval rating further contradicts that narrative. If Americans wanted Biden over Trump, why would his approval for the final months of his first term be near his all-time high?
Shouldn’t his approval be in the gutter as Americans await Biden’s inauguration?
Something isn’t right here, is there? Not that the media is willing to admit it. They think they are the ones who decide the future of our country, not American voters.
But I think Americans have something to say about that.
Do you still approve of President Trump?
- President Trump’s approval from Rasmussen is at 50%.
- This comes as numerous Republican victories are confirmed from the 2020 Election.
- Trump enjoys a high approval, despite the media’s claims that Biden won.
Source: Rasmussen Reports