As reported by Western Journalism, President Donald Trump’s approval rating is up an astonishing four points from only a week ago, with his “approval index” reaching a leap of 10 points.
As seen on Rasmussen Reports daily tracking poll, 48 percent of presumable voters support the work of the president and the direction that is doing, with 52 percent disapproving.
Rasmussen disclosed that 31 percent showed a firm support of Trump’s presidential activities, with 42 percent being vocally disapproving, which secures him an approval index of -11, that was last reached on 4 May.
Trump’s higher approval rate can be tied to his first overseas trip as president, which started this past Friday.
Remarks from figures throughout the political scope have predominantly been very supportive, as Trump went to Saudi Arabia, then Israeli and the Palestinian region, after what to Rome to meet with Pope Francis. This Thursday, the president is scheduled to meet with members of NATO, and then go back to Italy for a G7 summit on Friday.
One Harvard-Harris poll revealed this past week, showed that beneath the excessive amount of controversy around the president, those who voted for him still have his back.
“He is holding on to 90 percent of his voters and his ratings are still above approval ratings for both the Democratic and Republican parties,” stated pollster Mark Penn.