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North Korean media: the atmosphere is right for reconciliation
Pyongyang s state-run news Agency, notes on the diplomatic talks, not to mention Trump, Kim Jong-Un-summit reaction and analysis from Amb. John Bolton, Fox News contributor and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.
To approve twice as many voters as disapprove of President Trump to make the decision with North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong-un.
A new Fox News poll shows that voters in favor of the session by a wide 63-30 percent margin.
In addition, you expect Trump to come out of the meeting with the better deal (42 percent Trump, 26 Kim percent, and 19 percent do not). Even so, the majority of voters do not think that North Korea is ever convinced to give up his nuclear weapons (76 percent), and Trump negative reviews for his handling of North Korea as a whole (41 percent approve, 49 percent disapprove).
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Far more Republicans than Democrats approve of trump meeting with Kim (84 vs. 44 percent), expect Trump to be the better offer (68 vs. 20 percent), and how the work he does, to North-Korea (75 vs. 11 percent).
The survey is also the question of the President’s performance on other top issues.
Republicans passed a new Federal tax law last December, and the new survey is the first time Trump has received a positive job evaluation tax: 48 percent approve and 46 percent disapprove. In October it was 37-51%.
The President’s best issue is the economy, as a 51-percent majority approves of the job he is doing while 44 percent disapprove.
He receives net negative ratings for his handling of the international trade (42-49 percent), North Korea (41-49 percent), immigration (41-55%), guns (40-54%), and the opioid epidemic (33-46 percent).
To trump the performance to approve a total of 45 percent of voters and 52 percent disapprove. In February, 43-53 per cent. The President is the highest approval from 48 percent in February 2017, after taking office (47 percent disapproved).
Chaos. That is what the electors think, Russia’s most important goal was in the in the 2016 presidential elections. Fifty-seven percent believe that the Kremlin wanted to shake confidence in the US democracy, instead of helping, either Donald Trump (21 percent) or Hillary Clinton (5 percent) win. And people think the intervention is going to happen again. About 7 of 10 are at least somewhat concerned, Russia or other trying to think to hack U.S. election systems this year, and the same number that you will be likely to succeed.
An 11-point margin, the voters give a thumbs down to raise the President’s proposal, customs duties on steel and aluminum-imports (37% good idea, 48% bad idea). The majority of Republicans (57 percent), while most Democrats (68 percent). The voters in the EU-home to 42 percent split: good and 46% bad.
The White house has seen a record number of exits. Almost half, 45 percent, say the revenue has made you less confidence in the administration, with one in five Republicans (19 percent). Only 16 percent of voters say the changes make them feel safer, while 36 percent say it makes no difference.
The Fox News poll is based on landline and cell phone interviews with 1,014 randomly selected voters nationwide and was conducted under the joint direction of Anderson Robbins research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R) from March 18-21, 2018. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters.