View Poll Results: How will President Trump do as president.

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  • Excellent - best president of my lifetime

    0 0%
  • Very good - a new standard for presidents

    2 28.57%
  • Good - he'll hold his own

    0 0%
  • Mediocre - Nothing earth shattering

    1 14.29%
  • Bad - It will take years for the country to recover

    2 28.57%
  • Abysmal - Complete and utter failure

    2 28.57%
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Thread: Poll: Looking ahead to a Trump presidency, a majority sees change (CNN)

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    Veteran Member Southern Dad's Avatar
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    Poll: Looking ahead to a Trump presidency, a majority sees change (CNN)

    I Imagine the results of such a poll would be very different here with the hyper partisanship of this forum's users. Let's try it.

    How do you think President Trump will do as president?

    Poll: Looking ahead to a Trump presidency, a majority sees change

    (CNN)Two weeks after Election Day, most Americans say President-elect Donald Trump will ultimately do a good job as president, though fewer approve of the way he's handled the transition so far, according to a new CNN/ORC Poll.

    A narrow majority (53%), say they think Trump will do a very or fairly good job as president, and 40% say they have a lot of confidence in Trump to deal with the economy, a share that outpaces the percentage who had that much confidence in Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton or Ronald Reagan ahead of their first inaugurations.
    That perception comes as majorities think Trump will achieve several of the goals outlined during his campaign as top priorities. Nearly three-quarters say Trump is likely to repeal and replace Obamacare, two-thirds think he will renegotiate NAFTA and 6 in 10 say he'll create good-paying jobs in economically challenged areas. Separately, 63% say they expect the economy to be in good shape a year from now, the highest share to say so since September 2012.

    Looking ahead to a Trump presidency, a majority sees change - CNNPolitics.com

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    Well its kind of on Trump now.

    He wanted it and he got it so now he has to prove it.

    There is no one to blame anymore except himself.
    Thanks from Southern Dad and Wonderer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    I Imagine the results of such a poll would be very different here with the hyper partisanship of this forum's users. Let's try it.

    How do you think President Trump will do as president?
    Ask me in 4 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    I Imagine the results of such a poll would be very different here with the hyper partisanship of this forum's users. Let's try it.

    How do you think President Trump will do as president?
    If you get rid of the ignorant trailer trash in your polls you would find the vast majority of educated persons saying he will be a disaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatist View Post
    If you get rid of the ignorant trailer trash in your polls you would find the vast majority of educated persons saying he will be a disaster.
    I understand, you say if they only polled Hillary supporters we would get a different result? No shit.

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    I would have voted "Bad", but I don't think the Congress will allow him to create too much havoc. Donald Trump will fail to bring back non-existent industrial manufacturing jobs back to the Rust belt states. The Congress will not give him the big infrastructure jobs programs he seeks.

    He will not get a second term if he does not deliver on RBS jobs.

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