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The voters think of President Trump was too soft on Russia, but a majority agrees that its 16. July meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to a new Fox News poll. In the meantime, the approval of the Special Counsel, Robert Müller Russia’s investigation fell below 50 percent.
A 53-percent majority think President Trump is tough enough on Russia, including 32 percent of Republicans.
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Fifty-nine percent think Trump should meet with Putin. Even so, they aren’t all that optimistic about the results. By a 7-point margin, more think Putin (31%) as a trump card (24 percent) come from the meeting with the “better deal.”
For comparison, 66 percent of Trump’s June 12 Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un meeting approved with the North, and by a 10-point margin, voters Trump expected to negotiate the better deal.
A large number of Republicans back to both the meeting with Kim (85 percent), and Putin (81 percent). Among Democrats, 51 percent, said Trump should take, Kim, but only 39 percent approve of the Monday summit.
The survey is also the question of the inquiry which dealt with the Russian participation in the 2016 presidential election and finds voters remain dissatisfied with how the former and current governments, the disorders.
Fifty-three percent disapprove of the way the Obama administration responded to cyber-attacks, the approved by the Russian government, and 54 percent disapprove of the way the trump card-management the handling of investigations in the Russian involvement. These feelings are almost identical to last June.
On the other hand, the admission of Miller’s investigation of the Trump campaign, the relations with Russia slipped from 55 percent last month to 48 per cent. The 7-point drop entirely from a decline in the number of Democrats, 84 percent in June approved, compared to 72 percent now.
Even so, the Americans want to Müller in his own time and the investigation. Fifty-five percent say that with 33 percent of Republicans.
A third of voters think Müller should “wrap it” (34 percent).
Approval of the Jobs, Donald Trump’s power as President is at 46 percent. This is a point from last month and five points from a year ago (July 2017).
His approval hits, 94 percent of those who voted for him in 2016, and 91 percent among “very” conservative voters, and 84 percent among Republicans.
A total of 51 percent of voters oppose the President’s job performance, and more than half disapprove of how he’s handling the immigration (43-55%), foreign policy (41-53%), and international trade (41-53%). On trade, the of a 16-point margin, more voters Trump think violate the guidelines, rather than helping, the economy.
The President shall continue to grant his highest approval on the economy: a record 53 percent, while 43 percent oppose it. It 52-41 percent in June.
About 41 percent say they are always ahead financially. This is about where it was last summer (42 percent). It is also higher than at any time under President Obama (his highest was 35 per cent in July 2016).
More than half are either getting by or losing ground: 42%, you are only able to pay most bills and 12 percent.
The Fox News poll is based on landline and cell phone interviews with 1,007 randomly selected voters nationwide and was conducted under the joint direction of Anderson Robbins research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R) from July 9-11, 2018. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters.