Obama and Trump. Different but Similar – Part 2

As demonstrated in the last post, the grip of partisan politics seemed to take hold of the Obama administration near the completion of his first year.  Obama’s monthly approval ratings crept down toward 50%, and by years end dropped below majority support.  That trend continued, and in the subsequent months Obama established several records forContinue reading “Obama and Trump. Different but Similar – Part 2”

Trump Celebrates 49% Public Approval

In the final Gallup poll of March, President Trump’s public approval tied his previous high of 49% and improved 5-points from another Gallup survey fielded two weeks before.  Trump quickly highlighted the achievement.  He also touted a 60% public approval of his handling of the pandemic.  And on twitter, Trump bragged about the lofty televisionContinue reading “Trump Celebrates 49% Public Approval”