President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump in conversation with the foreign chairman Part of the complaint that led to a stalemate between the head of Congress: Pelosi report: Lewandowski should have been despised at that exact moment to be the candidate for the Retiring FEMA boss: report MORE rose 4 percentage points to a record high in a Gallup poll released Thursday.
The presidential approval rate now stands at 43 percent Gallup also noted that the 86-point gap between Republicans and Democrats set a new record in the new poll. Overwhelming 91
Gallup said the difference of 86 points was measured three times during Trump's presidency and once during his predecessor's tenure.
Former President Obama had a 86-point gap between Republicans and Democrats in the 2012 election, Gallup
Former President George W. Bush was the only other president with a more than 80-percent partisan gulf, the most common
Trump's recent increase in support occurred in a month in which he had dismissed a former national security adviser. Big Tech defends efforts against online extremist Trump participates in the secret fundraiser of Silicon Valley | Omar Demands Twitter to Take Action Against Trump's Tweet Overnight Defense: Trump says he has "many options" for Iran | Negotiator of hostage-taking elected National Security Advisor | Senate Dems blocks financing law | Documents show that Pentagon spent at least 4K in Trump's Scottish resort of Bolton to criticize Trump's foreign policy in a closed-door meeting: MORE and to cancel talks with the Taliban at Camp David.
The new survey was conducted from September 3 to 15 in the US among 1,525 adults over the age of 18. The error rate is 3 percentage points.