President Donald J. Trump had a busy week last week, his favorability rating rose to 53% aoorival with likely voters, he was nominated twice for a Nobel Peace Prize for his work bringing people together in the Middle East and even though Democrats do not like the idea of peace there, many Republicans and Independents do like the idea of peace in the Middle East.
According to the pollsters surveys “most voters believe there is a war on police in the country and want attacks on police to be considered “hate crimes”, and that Black voters especially feel that the attacks on police will hurt their neighborhoods.
That Republicans have seen an increase in participation in the political process, with Trump.
Voters are now more favorable on how Trump has handled the economy and National Security than at any other time, and Trump has surpassed Former President Barck Obama’s favorability going into the 2012 election. That Trump is leading his challenger, Democrat Presidential hopeful Joe Biden, for the first time, leading by one point.
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In surveys last week, this is what America told Rasmussen Reports:
– President Trump ended the polling week with a daily job approval of 53%.
– President Trump has been nominated for the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize following the new U.S.-brokered peace deals in the Middle East. Americans are evenly divided over whether he deserves it.
Most voters believe there is a war on police in America today and want to make attacks on cops punishable as a hate crime. Blacks worry most that these attacks will make their communities less safe.
– Democrats and Republicans are a lot more eager to get involved financially and otherwise in politics this year.
– Voters now give President Trump the highest marks of his presidency when it comes to his handling of the economy and national security. He’s doing better than President Obama was going into the 2012 election.
– President Trump has now edged to a one-point lead over Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the latest Rasmussen Reports’ weekly White House Watch survey. While statistically insignificant, it’s the first time Trump has been ahead.
– Three-out-of-four voters who’ve had violent anti-police protests in their community rate those protests important to their vote in the presidential election. Among these voters, a sizable majority like the job President Trump is doing.
– The Rasmussen Reports Immigration Index for the week of September 6-10, 2020 fell to 101.4 from 103.0 the week before.
– Voters think the media is a lot more interested in selling you Joe Biden’s positions than it is in letting you know where President Trump stands on the issues. Controversy’s the key when it comes to media coverage of Trump.