|2012 Oct 29-Nov 4||52 Approval||45 Disapproval|
You can find a single point to make any kind of claim. I posted an aggregate.For sleazy Trump's polling through Oct. 13, 2019 (3rd year), he stands @ 39%.
Gallup tracks the percentage of Americans who approve or disapprove of the job Donald Trump is doing as president. Results are based on telephone interviews with approximately 1,500 national adults, with a margin of error is ±4 percentage points.news.gallup.com
For the best president of the 21st century, Obama's number for 2011 was 44%.
President Barack Obama averaged 44% job approval for his third year in office, which ended Jan. 19. His third-year average is down slightly from his second-year average of 47% and remains well below his first-year average of 57%.news.gallup.com
You were saying?
The economy bottomed out in Q4 2008 and started improving before Obama took office, the recession ended when the economy started growing again a few months into Obama's first term. Obama's numbers would have went up instead of down if his horrible policies hadn't tamped down the recovery.What a ridiculous comparison.
Obama was handed the worst recession in half a century -- of course his approval took a beating in the early years.
Trump, on the other hand, was gifted a robust, expanding economy.
He has no one but himself to blame for these dismal numbers.
And then they went up again. Trump's numbers dropped below 50% and stayed there. Still there.You can find a single point to make any kind of claim. I posted an aggregate.
At the same point in his tenure Obama has lost nearly 30 points and had lower approval than Trump.
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