Trump Approval Rating Hits 50% – 6 Points Higher Than Obama at Same Point

After a very tumultuous week with multiple violent attacks, the Trump approval rating has went up to 50%, which is six points higher than Obama was at the same point in his presidency.

The latest Rasmussen poll, on October 29, 2010, shows that 50% of likely U.S. voters approve of the work of President Trump, while 49% disapprove.

On the same day in 2010, Barack Obama had an approval rating of 44%. This was leading up to his massive losses in the 2010 midterms elections.

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Keep in mind, this is all in spite of the 92% negative media coverage that President Trump is receiving.

With the midterm elections just a week away, this is massive news for the Republican Party. The blue wave that the left is dreaming of may be just that: a dream.

Trump Approval Rating Hits 50%

It’s tough to imagine how high Trump’s approval rating would be if it weren’t for the negative media coverage. Another thing to consider: if it weren’t for the positive media coverage on everything Obama did, would there have even been a second term for Obama?

Finally most people are seeing through the nonsense that most of the media spouts out. There is another chance to prove the mainstream media’s narrative to be false when the midterms come here in a week.

Is a red wave coming?

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