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American Conservative Union chair Matt Schlapp and former Clinton campaign consultant Richard Goodstein on the difference in the rhetoric for the 2020 presidential race.
More voters rate the economy positively today than they have been since 2001, according to the latest Fox News poll.
In addition, the approval of the job President Trump makes to the economy stands at 52 percent (41 percent oppose). This is just a point from its high of 53 percent in the last summer, and 48-46 percent in may.
The job evaluation will be contributed, in part, by the 51 percent of voters now feel the economy is in the positive Form (excellent or good). The last time that many feel that way was nearly two decades ago (59 per cent, January 2001).
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However, it is unclear whether trump can count on these reviews for new elections. While 33 per cent say that the economic conditions will be better, if he is re-elected (39 percent worse), the same number, 33 percent, think it will be better if a Democrat wins the White house (36 percent poor).
In General, voters think Republicans would do a better job dealing with national security (+10 points) and the economy (+7) You give the Democrats the advantage on the ” race relations (+23 points), bringing the country together (+15), health care (+14) and immigration (+5). It is mostly a drag on some of the problems, historically the column fall in the GOP, such as in foreign policy (D+4), border security (R+3), the Federal budget deficit – (R+3), and taxes (also).
In spite of the rosy economic prospects, trump the General object of the approval under 50 percent approve to 46 percent, while 51 percent oppose it. Last month, it was 45-53% (June 2019). His best reviews, 48-47 percent, came soon after his arrival (February 2017).
Here is the reason why his overall rating remains under water: He receives a net negative for the markers on the border (44 approve – 52 disapprove), immigration (41-54), international trade (40-49), Iran (39-46), North Korea (39-49), and health (38-51).
The President the lowest marks are, on ” race relations (32-57 percent), where more voters reject than to approve, by 25 points. He was under the water by 22 points in October 2018 (35-57 percent).
Over half, 57 percent, don’t think Trump respects, ethnic minorities, including 73 percent of non-whites.
About 34 percent think the President has respect for minorities, from 41 percent in 2017. On the decline is largely due to a 14-point drop among Republicans (68 percent now versus 82 percent in 2017).
Majorities think that Trump went too far in the tweets to criticize four of the minority of the Democratic women in Congress, and believe, say, a person of color to be back in the country they came from, is say a racist thing.
The new survey, released on Wednesday, Trump 63 percent think ‘ s tweets crossed the line. Far fewer, 27 percent see it as an acceptable political attack.
Thirty-three percent of Republicans join say 88 percent of Democrats, the tweets about the line. Some important elections the political groups agree: 73 percent of s-women, 68 percent of independents and 64 percent of the voters live in the vicinity counties (where Hillary Clinton and Trump were within 10 points in 2016).
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A 53 percent majority of Republicans calls for the tweets to an acceptable political attack. GOP men (59 percent) are more likely than GOP women (48 per cent) find them acceptable.
Black voters (79 percent), Democrats (88 percent) and democratic women, in particular, (91 percent) are among those who are most likely to believe that the tweets went too far.
A total of 56 percent think it is not racist to say, “go back” to a person of color, while 23 percent disagree, and 18 percent say it depends.
Most Democrats (85 percent) and black (76 percent), more than half of the self-employed (57 percent) and half of whites (50 percent) say that the “back” language is racist.
Among Republicans, 21 percent believe it is not racist, while more than twice as many agree (45 percent) and 30 percent say it depends.
One of the women in the Congress of the so-called “team”, the President criticized, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) gave, is almost as well known to voters nationally as a long-time Congress leader. For example, 9 percent have never heard of it, Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, while 12 percent are familiar with Ocasio-Cortez. Only three percent have never heard of it, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Ocasio-Cortez and Pelosi are about equally popular among Democrats: Pelosi rates more positive than negative, with 41 points and Ocasio-Cortez from 39. For comparison, McConnell receives a net positive of 9 points among Republicans.
A majority of the voters are unfavorable an unfavorable view of Trump: 45 percent favorable, compared with 51 per cent. Among Republicans, his favorable rating of 87 percent hits.
Ocasio-Cortez is under water, among all voters by 7 points (34 favorable 41 unfavorable), driven by 68 percent of Republicans, their assessment is negative.
Pelosi is under water by 11 points (39-50%) and McConnell 22 (25-47 per cent).
Another member of the “squad” Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), is viewed negatively by 11 points (26-37 percent), while 22 percent have never heard of her.
Six in 10 voters concerned about the treatment of immigrants detained on the U.S.-Mexico border, including 31 percent who worried “a lot”. Most Democrats (82 percent) are not affected, while a majority of Republicans (58 percent), it is.
Fox News Channel Chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports the White house announced on Tuesday that the 13. May to 11. In July, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) arrested more than 900 people remained in the country to leave, although you have ordered.
The voters have different views about the job, the ICE is to do: 45 percent approve, while 49 percent disapprove. The party divide is stark: approve 80 percent of Republicans, while 80 of Democrats oppose.
Performed July 21-23, 2019, under the joint leadership of the Beacon research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), of this Fox News poll is based on interviews with 1,004 randomly selected voters nationwide, spoke with a live Interviewer on both landlines and mobile phones. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters.