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Politics Trump's approval rating 12 points higher among men: Gallup

18:00  24 january  2018
18:00  24 january  2018 Source:   thehill.com

One-third of voters give Trump an F for first year: poll

  One-third of voters give Trump an F for first year: poll More voters would give President Trump and F on his presidential report card than any other grade, according to a new Politico/Morning Consult poll out Tuesday. According to the survey, 35 percent of respondents said they would give Trump a failing grade as he approaches the end of his first year in office. Slightly fewer - 34 percent - said they would give him an A or a B.Fourteen percent of respondents graded Trump's first year in office as a C, while 11 percent gave him a D grade, pollsters found.

The gender difference in Trump ' s approval rating is 12 percentage points , with 45 percent of men approving of his performance and 33 percent of women approving , according to the new Gallup poll. While the overall support for past presidents waned throughout the course of their time in office

Gallup . Donald Trump ' s Presidential Job Approval Ratings -- Historical Comparisons. The gender difference in Trump ' s approval rating is 12 percentage points , with 45 percent of men approving of his performance and 33 percent of women approving , according to the new Gallup poll.

Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie © Provided by The Hill

The large gender gap in President Trump's 2016 election win has carried over to the approval rating for his first year in office, a new poll shows.

The gender difference in Trump's approval rating is 12 percentage points, with 45 percent of men approving of his performance and 33 percent of women approving, according to the new Gallup poll.

While the overall support for past presidents waned throughout the course of their time in office, the gender gap remained fairly constant, according to Gallup.

President George W. Bush, the last Republican president in office, had a 7 percent gender gap in support after his first year and a 6 percent gap overall after completing two terms.

Trump won the White House with a larger gender gap than any president in history.

The new data comes after a year of historically low approval ratings for Trump.

He had an average approval rating of 38.4 percent for 2017, which is within the top 10 lowest approval ratings for any president in Gallup's polling history, dating back to 1945.

Polling analysis: State of the Union speeches attract high approval ratings .
Does a well-received State of the Union speech affect public opinion in the long run? Here's a look at recent history, by CBS News' Fred BackusThis year was no exception, and in fact, the approval rating for Mr. Trump's speech was slightly lower than that received by his two immediate predecessors.  Nor does a positive evaluation of the State of the Union seem to affect public opinion in the long run when it comes to a president's job approval rating.

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