Good and Bad Consequences Rear Their Heads In Efforts to ‘Drain The Swamp’


It seems as though President Donald Trump is really disliked on the hill… but isn’t that why we elected him? Luckily, he’s doing rather well in several key battleground states.

According to a recent poll, there’s a 40 percent approval rating for Donald Trump’s performance and left 57% as disapproving. Hopefully, this is a sign of good things to come for his presidency. Similar polls seem to have him around the same number all the while liberals swearing up-and-down that he’s the lowest approval-rating-based President of all freaking time!

The poll, conducted by SurveyMonkey, was done during the first week of this month (September) and surveyed over 13,000 adults. They gave it a margin of error of 1.5 percent.

I’ve asked before where, when, and how are the other “approval rating” polls conducted? I know it’d be a simple matter of researching it myself but ultimately my questioning of those polls is meant to be more of a clear sign of a Liberal bias on what’s being done. I know the country was pretty split on the decision in regards to the “popular vote” which is why I find it hard to believe these approval-rating polls show POTUS so far below 50%.

As reported by The Daily Caller:

The SurveyMonkey poll released Friday showed Trump’s approval rating across all 50 states. It found that overall 40 percent of Americans approve of Trump’s job performance, while 57 percent disapprove. Rasmussen Reports’ most recent poll put Trump at a 46 percent approval rating and a Gallup daily tracking poll from Friday said Trump has a 38 percent approval rating.

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton won D.C. with 90.9 percent of the vote. Trump won only 4.1 percent of the vote in the nation’s capital, which he dubbed “the swamp” on the campaign trail. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders recently said that the White House isn’t focused on “silly polls that frankly weren’t much use to us in the election.”

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