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Public opinion polls about Trump's presidency

Public opinion polls have been used to gauge the American public's perception of Donald Trump's presidency. Trump's approval ratings fluctuated throughout his presidency, with his final job approval rating as president being 29% in a Pew Research Center poll released in January 2021 . Trump's approval ratings remained within a 9-point range for his entire presidency, with a high of 47% in October 2018 and a low of 38% in January 2021. While Trump's approval ratings among Republican voters remain high, with 70% having a favorable opinion of him, his overall approval ratings are lower. These public opinion polls provide insight into how the American public perceived Trump's presidency over time.

Key factors have influenced public perception of Trump's presidency. These factors include his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, his stance on immigration, and his approach to foreign policy. For example, a 2022 ABC/Post survey showed a seven-point lead for Trump, indicating some weaknesses in Biden's campaign. Additionally, a 2022 poll found that about half of Americans believe Trump should face criminal charges for his role in the Capitol insurrection. These polls demonstrate how specific events and policies can impact public perception of a president's performance.

If you want to take part in polls about Trump's presidency, you can visit our website en.online-statistics.org. You can also share your opinion in the comments section. While public opinion polls have their limitations, they provide valuable insights into how the American public perceives political leaders and their policies. By participating in these polls, individuals can contribute to a better understanding of public opinion and the factors that shape it