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Donald Trump's Approval Ratings Crumble In Iowa, a Decisive State for Republicans

The state that sets the agenda for presidential races and handed Donald Trump a decisive victory in the 2016 general election—Iowa—now overwhelmingly disapproves of his performance and believes the country is on the wrong track, a new poll showed Wednesday. This followed a trend of other Republican stronghold states, like Alabama and Tennessee, turning away from Trump as he also scores record-low national approval ratings.



In a poll from The Des Moines Register, only 35 percent of Iowans approve of Trump's presidency. Meanwhile, 60 percent disapprove, citing his perceived "unprofessionalism," lack of clear vision and questionable integrity as president. Trump won the state in the 2016 race with 51 percent of the vote—a 10 point lead above his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. He also came second in the Iowa Caucus for Republicans earlier in the year, scoring only one delegate less than the winner, Ted Cruz.

“He’s not really a leader,” Fairfield native Diana Fern told The Register. “Because he doesn’t have experience, he’s not really leading. I feel like he’s reacting to situations, and he hasn’t really stated a clear vision. And I think his integrity is in question.”

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President Donald Trump tanks in Tennessee, new poll shows

The approval ratings of both President Donald Trump and Sen. Bob Corker have dropped more than 10 percentage points since November 2016, a new Vanderbilt University poll shows.

Meanwhile, Gov. Bill Haslam remains the most popular politician in the state, the poll found.

The Fall 2017 Vanderbilt-Poll Tennessee shows that Trump's approval rating fell from 60 percent in November 2016 to 48 percent a year later. Corker’s approval rating dropped from 60 percent in November 2016 to 47 percent this year.

The approval rating of Sen. Lamar Alexander dropped from 60 percent to 44 percent.

The poll found that at the time of Trump's election, 54 percent of Tennesseans thought Trump was changing Washington for the better.

Now, just 35 percent think so. Conversely, in November 2016, 20 percent of Tennesseans thought Trump was changing Washington for the worse. Now that number has risen to 36 percent.

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I wonder if he'll get primaried.
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Old 12-14-2017, 04:38 PM   #19
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http://www.businessinsider.com/trump...ly-bad-2017-12

Trump's approval rating is sinking to unthinkable levels in places you'd never expect

President Donald Trump's polling numbers are not looking good among several demographics where they were formerly much higher.
Polling in Iowa and Alabama, and among Fox News viewers, showed plummeting approval.

President Donald Trump has in recent days received a wave of new, underwhelming polling numbers — many of which have come from unexpected places.

Take, for example, a Suffolk University poll from earlier this week. It found that Trump's favorability rating among people who said Fox News was their most trusted news source was 58% — a substantial drop from the outlet's surveys in June (90%) and October (74%).

Meanwhile, in Alabama — where in Tuesday's special election the Democrat Doug Jones defeated his embattled Republican challenger, Roy Moore — exit polls found that voters had a split opinion of the president.

In a state Trump carried by nearly 30 points over the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, in the 2016 presidential election, just 48% of voters say they approve of Trump, and 48% say they disapprove of the job he's doing.

And in Iowa, where Trump defeated Clinton by roughly 9 points, a Wednesday poll from The Des Moines Register/Mediacom found that 60% of Iowans disapproved of the job Trump is doing. Just 35% say they approve, a sharp drop from his 43% approval in the poll's July edition.

Trump's national approval rating reached a record low of 32% in Wednesday's Monmouth University survey, with 56% of respondents saying they disapprove of the job he's doing. His previous low in that poll was a 39% approval rating and a 53% disapproval rating.
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Old 12-14-2017, 04:39 PM   #20
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I wonder if he'll get primaried.
The funny thing Is taco and his ilk will be promoting Trump as a lock in 2020.

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it's pretty clear now the Dems will take back the house.

Maybe a long shot the senate who know's with NN and the new Tax bill both Deeply unpopular.

Trump also going to bat for Roy moore.

Dems got a ton of AMMO in 2018

His tax bill will be his Swan song.
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I wonder if he'll get primaried.
I've been hearing others ask this question as well.
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Trump will have a 2020 primary challenger. But who will it be?

it’s way too early to think about the 2020 presidential primaries — too early for normal people, that is. But that hasn’t stopped politicians in both parties from doing just that. And yes, that includes Republicans, many of whom are already pondering who might challenge President Trump for the GOP nomination three years from now.

“I don’t see how we can avoid it,” Vin Weber, a former Republican congressman, told me recently. “It’s pretty clear someone’s going to do it.”

“I think he’s inviting one," Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona, one of Trump’s GOP critics, said last month.

“There should and will be a challenge,” agreed William Kristol, editor at large of the conservative Weekly Standard. Kristol, another Trump scourge, has launched a project he jokingly calls the Committee Not to Renominate the President.

The GOP is deeply divided, and the president hasn’t done much to heal the breach. Quite the contrary.

Like so much else about the Trump presidency, this is unusual.

Presidents have faced challenges within their parties before, of course. It’s happened four times since 1968, when Eugene McCarthy ran against Lyndon B. Johnson. But it’s unusual for intra-party feuding to begin this early, eight months into a newly elected president’s first term.

In Trump’s case, the causes are easy to find.

The GOP is deeply divided, and the president hasn’t done much to heal the breach. Quite the contrary. He has attacked his party’s leaders in Congress. He has strayed repeatedly from GOP orthodoxy, most recently when he made a quick deal over the debt ceiling with Democrats Charles E. Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. He still tweets about Republicans as if he weren’t one of them — which, until recently, he wasn’t.

If Trump’s 2016 campaign was a hostile takeover, it’s a takeover that remains incomplete, especially in the party’s political class. And by continuing to run against the establishment, Trump is increasing the chances that one of its members will run against him.

Besides, the president is unpopular. His approval rating in the Gallup poll has settled at a dismal 37%. That puts him in the zone of electoral vulnerability that drew challenges to Presidents Ford in 1976, Carter in 1980 and George H.W. Bush in 1992.

One more factor: the slim possibility that Trump might not run again, whether because of the investigation into his campaign’s ties to Russia or, less likely, because he’s tired of the job. That’s been enough to persuade some potential candidates to visit Iowa and New Hampshire, just in case.

Who might run?

At the very least, there’s likely to be a conscience candidate, a Never Trumper who can’t abide the thought of the president sailing to renomination without a fight. Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska might fit that bill.

There’s a still-vocal runner-up from 2016: Ohio Gov. John Kasich. He says he won’t run as a third-party independent, but he won’t rule out entering the Republican race.

There could be a grudge candidate, someone savaged by Trump who might enjoy afflicting him in return. That could describe Flake or Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.

And, circling nearby, there’s a long list of more conventional candidates ready to swoop in if the incumbent falters: Sens. Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Tom Cotton — even, if the president should drop out, Vice President Mike Pence.

Trump’s campaign organization, which never stopped for a rest after last year’s election, appears to take all this seriously. The president has already held rallies and fundraising events in swing states; that’s unusual, too.

Last month, his campaign pollster, Tony Fabrizio, released survey results designed to show, in his words, Trump “crushing a hypothetical GOP field.” Actually, it showed the president winning a not-very-intimidating 50% of Republican votes, including 54% of Republicans who said they would definitely show up for the primaries. Cruz was in second place, with 14%; Kasich was third, with 10%.

Despite that less-than-impressive 50%, however, Fabrizio was right that Trump is likely to defeat any combination of rivals.

The history of recent primary challenges is remarkably consistent: The incumbent wins the nomination. That’s what happened when Ronald Reagan challenged Ford in 1976, when Edward M. Kennedy challenged Carter in 1980, and when Patrick Buchanan challenged Bush in 1992.

That doesn’t mean a primary challenge has no consequences. In each of those three campaigns, the primary battle divided the party, sapped the incumbent’s popularity — and helped the other party’s nominee win the general election in November. The most likely effect of a primary challenge, if one happens, is a boost for Trump’s eventual Democratic opponent.

But the long odds may not deter potential challengers. We sometimes forget that politicians run for president for many reasons — reasons that often have little to do with the odds of success. Some run because they think they can win. Others run on sheer passion, to promote favorite ideas, to change their party’s direction, or because they sense they’re running out of time.

“I’ve got a message,” Kasich said last month. “We all get old and we all leave this planet. So we're going to be judged in many ways by what we did when we were here.”
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Like many towns in Iowa, they have been losing more college-educated voters than they retain.

Poor whites need to get their heads out of their asses.

They almost voted in a Total nut job in Roy moore.

Thank god the African american community saved them from themselves.
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I remember thinking that when I saw this. Why else would he go to Iowa and tweet about it?
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I remember thinking that when I saw this. Why else would he go to Iowa and tweet about it?
You're giving me a run for my money. I'm usually the one finding obscure yet fitting details/info.

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