Most Americans disapprove of Biden, Trump, and Congress. Defund Politicians or Nah?

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New Quinnipiac poll measuring disapproval among POTUS, Trump, and Congress. .

When it comes to his impact on the Republican party, nearly half of Americans (49 percent) say Trump has had a mainly negative impact, while 43 percent say he has had a mainly positive impact.

About half of Americans (51 percent) think Donald Trump has been undermining democracy since the 2020 presidential election, while 39 percent think he has been protecting democracy

A slight majority of Americans, 52 – 41 percent, say the country is worse off today than it was a year ago

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78% Of Republicans Want To See Trump Run For President In 2024, Quinnipiac University National Poll Finds; Americans Now Split On Border Wall As Opposition Softens Share

Nearly one year after the 2020 presidential election, a majority of Americans (58 – 35 percent) say they do not want to see Donald Trump run for president in 2024, according to a Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pea-ack) University national poll of adults released today. Democrats say 94 – 4 percent and independents say 58 – 35 percent that they do not want to see Trump run.

Republicans, however, say 78 – 16 percent that they do want to see Trump run for president in 2024, compared to 66 – 30 percent in May.

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Just over half of Americans (51 percent) say Trump has had a mainly negative impact on American politics, while 41 percent say he has had a mainly positive impact on American politics.

When it comes to his impact on the Republican party, nearly half of Americans (49 percent) say Trump has had a mainly negative impact, while 43 percent say he has had a mainly positive impact.

About half of Americans (51 percent) think Donald Trump has been undermining democracy since the 2020 presidential election, while 39 percent think he has been protecting democracy.

A slight majority of Americans, 52 – 41 percent, say the country is worse off today than it was a year ago. There are sharp partisan divides. Democrats say 76 – 14 percent that the country is better off, while Republicans say 94 – 5 percent and independents say 56 – 38 percent that the country is worse off today than it was a year ago.

“While a majority of Americans say, ‘been there, done that’ about Trump, and half feel he has damaged the underpinnings of democracy, support for the former president within the GOP has grown,” said Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy. JOB APPROVALS Americans give Joe Biden a negative 37 – 52 percent job approval rating, while 12 percent did not offer an opinion. The number is essentially unchanged from the negative 38 – 53 percent job approval rating he received on October 6th.

In today’s poll, among registered voters, Biden receives a negative 40 – 51 percent job approval rating.

Americans give Democrats in Congress a negative 30 – 60 percent job approval rating.

Americans give Republicans in Congress a negative 23 – 65 percent job approval rating.

When asked about their opinion of Joe Biden, 38 percent of Americans say they have a favorable opinion of him, while 50 percent say they have an unfavorable opinion. In May, 49 percent had a favorable opinion, while 42 percent had an unfavorable opinion of him.

When asked about their opinion of Donald Trump, 39 percent of Americans say they have a favorable opinion of him, while 52 percent have an unfavorable opinion. In May, 37 percent had a favorable opinion, while 57 percent had an unfavorable opinion.

Hopefully Americans can realize most of us agree that the politicians are bad at their job.

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