By National Review. President Trump’s approval rating hit an all-time high in a Gallup survey released on Friday, with 49 percent of respondents approving of his performance versus 47 percent disapproving.
The results continue a wide swing in polling for Trump, who garnered a 43 percent approval rating two weeks ago.
“Most of the variation in Trump’s recent job approval rating is among independents,” Gallup said. “In the current poll, 47% of independents approve of the job he is doing as president, the highest Gallup has measured for the group to date. 93% of Republicans and 8% of Democrats approve of the job Trump is doing.” (Read more from “New Poll: Trump Approval Rating Hits All-Time High” HERE)
Joe Biden Almost Tied With Donald Trump as Lead Falls Within Margin of Error: Poll
By Newsweek. Former Vice President Joe Biden’s lead over President Donald Trump is within the margin of error, according to new polling data.
The latest survey published by The Hill and Harris X on Thursday found that 42 percent of registered voters said they would back Biden if an election were held today, while 40 percent threw their votes behind the president.
A further 5 percent of voters said they would vote for a third party candidate instead of the Republican incumbent or his Democratic challenger.
Four percent told pollsters they were not going to vote at all, and the remaining 9 percent said they were not sure who to vote for in November. (Read more from “Joe Biden Almost Tied With Donald Trump as Lead Falls Within Margin of Error: Poll” HERE)