For the first time since immediately after his 2017 Inauguration, President Trump has strung together 10 consecutive days of approval ratings of 50% or higher, a level pollsters consider key to winning reelection.
Today’s week-ending Rasmussen Reports Daily Presidential Tracking Poll had Trump at 52% approval and 48% disapproval.
The string of weekday Rasmussen 50% or higher approval ratings started Sept. 14 with 51%, followed by approval ratings of 51%, 52%, 51%, 53%, 51%, 50%, 50%, 52%, and today’s 52%.
While many national polls are mocked by critics for blowing the 2016 outcome or overplaying Democrats, Rasmussen was one of the closest to call Hillary Rodham Clinton’s popular win margin correctly.
Coming Up Today:@realDonaldTrump daily job approval % is – unchanged.
Majority of Likely Voters Believe Trump Has Changed the Republican Party More To His Way of Thinking
Voters are closely divided over whether Joe Biden’s lifetime in politics is a positive or a negative. pic.twitter.com/dRQVBrlRa5
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) September 25, 2020