Fox News poll: Trump’s approval down, voters support a special counsel on Russia

The American voters disagree with President Trump’s dismissal of FBI Director James Comey, think the dismissal was for selfish reasons, and to authorize a special counsel had been appointed to investigate the Russian government’s efforts to influence the choice and the trump campaign. In addition, a majority against the Republican’s Obamacare replace plan.

This is according to a new Fox News poll of registered voters nationwide.

Last month, a toll took on the president’s ratings. The survey finds 40 percent of voters approve of doing the job Trump, drops from 45 percent in the last month. Rejection is up 5 points to 53 percent.

Some of the drop in approval comes from Republicans, as only 81 percent of the President for approval. GOP approval had been between 84-87 percent, while trump the first three months in office. Plus, his approval among whites without a college degree went from 62 percent last month to 53 percent. Working-class whites were a key bloc vote for him in the election (66 percent of Trump secured according to Fox News Exit Poll).


Among independents, the approval fell to 34 percent. It is 42 percent in April. Forty-six percent voted for Trump.

Vice-President Mike Pence, the ratings declined also: to approve, 42 percent of the voters, his job performance by 50 percent in April. Rejection is up 10 points to 43 percent.

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The first few months of the trump in the management are often described as turbulent-but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. A large 44 percent minority says he will do and does what he was elected to — to shake Washington. The majority, 53 percent, thinks Trump’s bumpy start to his presidency, is falling apart.

Trump’s voters believe, in particular, to do that, the turbulence, to change what feels like, 90 percent say that the President is doing, what she’s chosen him, — that is, to shake Washington. And 84 percent of the Republican votes. As expected, almost all of those who think a vote for Hillary Clinton, the rattling noise you hear is the line (92 percent).

There is evidence Trump has not shaken things up enough for working-class whites, as many, 44 percent, against the GOP healthcare bill, and 50 percent think he ‘ ll build a wall More on that later.

Meanwhile, a growing number of voters think that Russian hackers helped Trump gain in November, with 44 per cent feel from 32 percent in December. Now, 49 percent do not hold Russia to a difference in the presidential elections. That was with 59 percent five months ago.

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In addition, it can think by a 60-29 percent margin, the voters, the real reason Trump fired Comey is the FBI’s investigations were, instead of damage to the White house, because Comey was the damage for the Agency.

Only 34 percent agree with Comey is burning, and the trust in the FBI kept mostly quiet at 79 percent, since his release. By comparison, 45 percent of voters have confidence in the trombone.

To investigate the nearly 7-in-10 (68 percent), the approval of the Ministry of justice, the appointment of a special counsel to Russian interference.

Expectations of the investigation, the result is divided: 43 percent think the special counsel will determine that the Trump campaign, coordinated with Russia, while 45 percent disagree.

Some Republicans (13 percent) believe that Russian hackers helped trump card in the election, yet they shared a special counsel to investigate: 46% approve vs. 50% disapprove.

A majority of Republicans (58 percent) think Trump youngest parts of the counter-espionage with Russian officials to do the sensible thing. Among all voters, a majority says that it showed bad judgment (57 percent).

Trump seems to be experiencing a lack of traction in other questions, the key to his choice.

By a 56-39 percent margin, voters think it is still possible to be completely repealed and replaced Obama’s 2010 health care law. However, a 54-percent majority against the GOP bill, which passed in to replace the U.S. home, and about the same number, 53 percent feel Obamacare “a good thing” for the country.

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On immigration, 72% of trump voters always want to build him a wall on the US-Mexican border, and 64 percent believe that he really is. Among all voters, 36 percent think he will.

There is positive news in the survey. The number of voters concerned about the economy to a post-2008 low of 75 percent. This is down from 84 percent in June — and by almost 20 points, from a high of 94 percent in 2012. When Fox asked the first question after the 2008 mortgage meltdown, 93 percent were concerned.

Plus, concerns about the labour market, declined from 84 percent in 2013 to 65 percent.

Fifty-one percent are concerned about illegal immigration, 62 percent in last June.

Together with the economy, the expenditure of the state (80 percent affected), and the infrastructure of the country (75 per cent) are the top three concerns. Fewer, but still majorities, are concerned about war with North Korea (68 percent), attacks by Islamic terrorists (67 percent), the Russian interference in American Affairs (61 percent) and climate change (60 percent).

Since 2013, the largest increases are in care, the infrastructure and climate change — both higher than now by 14 points.

Despite these concerns, there is still a bit of optimism: 62 percent of voters believe that America’s best days.

Four years ago, 63 percent are of the opinion that the way (June 2012). At that time, 72 percent of Democrats and 59% of Republicans said that the country are the best days. Well, that is Vice versa: it is 76 percent of Republicans, 53 percent of Democrats.

The Fox News poll is based on landline and cell phone interviews with 1.011 persons randomly selected registered voters country-wide level, and under the joint direction of Anderson Robbins research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R) from may 21-23, 2017. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters.

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