Saturday, November 23, 2019
In surveys last week, this is what America told Rasmussen Reports:
- President Trump ended the polling week with a daily job approval of 46%.
- Come together? Not likely, voters say, if most politicians have their way.
- President Trump’s Cabinet seems to have a revolving door at times, but then most voters agree this president doesn’t depend on his Cabinet like the majority of his predecessors.
- Voters see a bigger threat from President Trump’s opponents over policy issues than from his supporters if Democrats succeed in removing him from office. One-in-three still see the threat of civil war in the near future.
- Most voters here are aware of the escalating pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong but don’t favor U.S. involvement. They’re also slightly less likely to suspect that our government gives China a pass on bad behavior because of its economic muscle.
- More Americans than ever are watching online streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, but with several new companies including Disney and Apple entering the market, many now say there’s too much to look at.
- Americans still aren’t buying the attacks on this country made by some politicians and college campus radical groups.
- The House impeachment hearings haven’t moved voters so far, with a plurality still expecting President Trump to be reelected next November. The number who thinks the president’s impeachment is likely hasn’t changed, but there’s sizable support for expanding the hearings to include the activities of Joe Biden and his son.
- Thirty-nine percent (39%) of Likely U.S. Voters think the country is heading in the right direction.
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