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PoliticsPoll shows rebound in Trump’s job approval after release of Mueller report summary

19:30  12 april  2019
19:30  12 april  2019 Source:   washingtonpost.com

Trump's approval rating up 1 point since Mueller probe ended

Trump's approval rating up 1 point since Mueller probe ended President Trump's job approval rating has ticked up 1 percentage point since the end of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, the first increase in six weeks, according to a new poll. A Hill-HarrisX survey released Wednesday found that 46 percent of registered voters approve of the president's job performance, compared with 54 percent who disapproved. Trump has been at a 45-percent approval rating since Feb. 17. The increase in the April 1-2 survey is within the 3.1 percent sampling margin of error for all Hill-HarrisX polls.

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Donald Trump ’ s approval rating remains unchanged in the first two polls taken following the conclusion of Robert Polls : Mueller Probe’s Conclusions Haven’t Boosted Trump ’ s Approval Rating (Yet). A brief summary of a special counsel’s inconclusive findings about two aspects of one of the

Poll shows rebound in Trump’s job approval after release of Mueller report summary© Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post President Trump speaks to journalists on the South Lawn at the White House on March 28. President Trump’s job approval rating has rebounded since the release of a summary of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s findings related to Russian interference in the 2016 election, according to a new poll.

A Gallup survey released Friday finds that 45 percent of Americans approve of Trump’s job performance, up from 39 percent in March.

While more Americans — 51 percent — continue to disapprove of the president’s performance than approve of it, the latest approval figure matches two previous highs in Gallup polling.

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Following the release of the Mueller Report , and William Barr's summary of it, Donald Trump saw no significant change in his historically disastrous approval ratings. The poll found very little difference in Trump ’ s approval between the two groups. Quinnipiac has released the first high-quality, national

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Trump’s earlier 45 percent readings came during his first week in office in January 2017 and in June 2018 after his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

According to a four-page summary of top-line findings of Mueller’s report provided to Congress on March 24 by Attorney General William P. Barr, Trump and his campaign did not illegally coordinate with Russia, but Mueller left open the question of whether Trump obstructed justice. Barr announced that he had concluded that Trump did not commit obstruction. The attorney general’s brief account also quoted the Mueller report as saying, “While this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.”

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The Monmouth poll also shows Trump ' s favorable rating underwater: 34 percent favorable, versus 46 percent unfavorable. The ABC News/Washington Post poll includes other indicators of Americans’ lack of confidence in Trump . Trump lashes out at Mueller probe as release of report approaches.

Since then, Trump nevertheless has repeatedly claimed “total exoneration,” while Democrats are increasingly accusing Barr of providing political cover for the president. Barr has pledged to release a redacted version of the Mueller report in the coming days.

Gallup found that Trump’s job approval remained unchanged from last month among Republicans, with about 9 in 10 approving of his performance.

The increase in Trump’s overall rating is the result of single-digit increases in approval among independents and Democrats, of 6 percentage points and 4 percentage points respectively, Gallup said.

Another poll conducted after the release of Barr’s summary, for the Georgetown University Institute of Politics and Public Service, found Trump’s job approval to be 43 percent, largely unchanged from 42 percent in March 2018.

On Thursday, Trump shared an inaccurate graphic on Twitter that said his overall approval rating was 55 percent.

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President Donald Trump ’ s approval rating jumped five points among likely voters since the report was delivered from Special Counsel Robert Mueller , according to the latest Rasmussen survey. Trump is now up to a 50 percent approval rating according to Thursday’s results, up five points from his

Trump ’ s job rating was not significantly different in the days following the release of Barr’s report (March There’s nothing to panic about yet since Mueller ’s full report hasn’t even been disclosed, but a On the other hand, Trump ’ s really no worse off approval -wise than Obama and Clinton were at

The graphic was produced by the Fox Business Network and broadcast the night before on “Lou Dobbs Tonight.”

After Trump’s tweet, the network offered multiple on-air corrections, including one from Dobbs, who said he wanted “to repair something I got wrong.”

The graphic with the incorrect number remained in Trump’s Twitter feed as of Friday morning.

An Economist-YouGov poll released this week also found Trump’s job approval to be 43 percent, down slightly from an average of 45 percent in March polling.

Emily Guskin contributed to this report.

Trump approval drops 3 points to 2019 low after release of Mueller report: Reuters/Ipsos poll.
The number of Americans who approve of President Donald Trump dropped by 3 percentage points to the lowest level of the year following the release of a special counsel report detailing Russian interference in the last U.S. presidential election, according to an exclusive Reuters/Ipsos public opinion poll. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); The poll, conducted Thursday afternoon to Friday morning, is the first national survey to measure the response from the American public after the U.S.

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