President Donald Trump listens to a question as he speaks with reporters before boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White house, on Friday, 22. March 2019, in Washington.
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As economic concerns recede, the approval of President Trump, the performance remains just two points shy of its record, according to the latest Fox News poll. Still, a majority disapproves of.
Forty-to approve six percent, of the job Trump is doing, while 51 percent oppose it. He received his best rating, 48-47 percent, in February 2017, shortly after he took office.
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Almost all of the 2016 Trump voters (92 percent), Republicans (89 percent), and very conservative (86 percent), the approval of the President.
Plus, his approval hits high points in some groups that are not his biggest fans, such as women (43 percent), College graduates (46 percent), and suburban voters (46 percent) are in the rule.
A number of important in the survey, the difference between those who are nervous about the economy and those who are convinced. It was 31 percentage points in March 2016, 61 percent was nervous and 30 percent were confident.
The poll released Sunday, more voters will find feeling nervous (43%) than confident (37 per cent) about the economy on six points. A year ago, that gap was seven points. At the same time, those who have “mixed” feelings about the economy went from 6 percent in 2016 and 11 percent in the past year to 17 percent today.
In addition, 43 percent of nervousness is a new low. The question was first asked in September 2010 and in this time 70 per cent nervous.
President Trump gets his only net positive job rating on the economy, to approve as 50 percent of the voters, while 42 percent oppose it.
Outside of the economy, the news is not so good.
Approval of how Trump is dealing with North Korea fell by four points to 42 percent after his last Vietnam-summit with Kim Jong-Un, compared to 46 percent in February. Forty-four percent disapprove.
By a narrow margin, voters think North Korea is even more (27 percent) from the task, to give up its nuclear weapons program since Trump took office, rather than closer (24 percent), with the largest number, 41 percent, feel that things are unchanged.
Support for the border wall ticked down a few points, 44 percent in favor of the building, while 51 percent disagree with it. In February, it was 46-50.
Meanwhile, more than half the decline (59 percent), the President declared, to handle a national emergency at the southern border as a way that Congress-and Fund-the wall, while 36 percent approve.
About 9 in 10 Democrats against the emergency Declaration, while about 7 out of 10 favor the Republican. The Republicans (86 percent) are more than 12 times as likely as Democrats (7 percent) in favor of the wall.
A dozen Senate Republicans sided with Senate Democrats on March 14 to vote for a resolution to end the President of the border wall emergency Declaration. Trump put his Veto of the bill, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi planned a 26. March vote in the house to try to override the veto.
To approve Forty-one percent of the voters, like Trump, dealing with immigration is to reject, while 54 percent of the time. This is mostly unchanged since January, when it was, 42-54 percent.
After the news of the college bribery scandal, the survey shows twice as many voters in the recording process to be seen as manipulated, than think it is fair: 49% manipulated vs. 25 percent fair.
Those with a high school degree and those without a degree are the same call frequently, the process 49 percent), manipulated (by both of you. Black voters (65 percent) are more likely to feel as Hispanics (49 percent) and whites (47 percent).
In General, 56 percent feel that things in the country is rigged to favor the rich, while 40 per cent believe that — if you work hard-you have a fair Chance to the next. The admissions scandal, it seems to not be changing minds, as a Fox-News-poll last September, almost exactly the same results.
The Republicans (70 percent) thinks that people who can work hard, while Democrats (82 percent) and independent (62 percent) say things are manipulated.
The Fox News poll is based on landline and cell phone interviews with 1,002 randomly selected voters nationwide and was conducted under the joint direction of Beacon research (D) (formerly Anderson Robbins Research) and Shaw & Company Research (R) from March 17-20, 2019. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters.