Donald Trump has been president for almost a month now and he has been moving at a blistering pace so far.
There has been plenty to talk about and some of the press has been good while some not so much.
We know what the pundits, celebrities, and politicians think about his performance.
But what do the American people think?
Here’s what the latest Fox News presidential poll has to say about how Americans perceive Trump so far.
From Fox News:
Here are five findings on the new administration. Voters feel:
— Divided over Trump.
— A bit more confident in Trump’s judgment than they did before the election.
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— Optimistic on the economy, pessimistic on health care, and mixed on security.
— Repealing and replacing Obamacare and cutting taxes should be higher priorities than building the wall.
— Trump’s election victory was a bigger surprise than the Patriots’ Super Bowl comeback.
When asked if the Trump administration is working on things that will help their family, 47 percent of voters say yes, while 48 percent say no.
That’s almost identical to the split over President Trump’s job performance: 48 percent approve and 47 percent disapprove. Moreover, most voters feel strongly one way or the other, as 35 percent “strongly” approve and 41 percent “strongly” disapprove.
Nearly all Republicans approve (87 percent), as do just over half of independents (52 percent). Among Democrats, 10 percent give him the thumbs up.
If we learned anything from the 2016 race it’s that you can’t trust all the polls so this should definitely be taken with a grain of salt.
However, this definitely provides an interesting insight into how the country feels about Trump.