Voters Wary of Trump, Confident in Economy

Voters Wary of Trump, Confident in Economy

Voters Wary of Trump, Confident in Economy

Almost 4 in 10 USA voters gave President Donald Trump a failing grade for his first year in office, with "disaster" and "chaotic" the words most used to describe his first 12 months in the White House.

A plurality of 39% gave Trump an F grade, while 17% gave him a D.

President Donald Trump on Thursday morning tweeted about a recent Quinnipiac poll that found 66% of United States voters thought the economy was in good or excellent shape, but the same poll also gave him low marks for mental fitness.

"President Trump can hang his hat on the economy, but must share the hat rack with President Barack Obama, as two-thirds of the country see the economic picture as excellent or good", Quinnipiac University Poll assistant director Tim Malloy said in a statement.

American voters give Trump a negative 36% to 59% job approval rating. Another 44 said "successful".

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In a series of tweets a day after the book was released, Trump lashed out, saying "throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart" and later adding that he's a "very stable genius".

Trump chose to ignore, however, that the poll from Quinnipiac University also found just 37 percent of voters say his policies are helping the economy, while 29 percent say they are hurting, and still 30 percent more say his policies are not having a significant effect.

The poll says that 51 percent of Americans answered that Democrats should not impeach the president if they regain the House in the midterm elections in 2018.

The survey was conducted January 5-9 among 1,106 voters and has a margin of error of 3.6 percentage points.

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