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Trump Job Approval rises to record-breaking proportions: Gallup



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

percent of Republicans now agree with Trump's performance, compared with just 5 percent of Democrats. More than a third of the independents – 38 percent – support his work.

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.


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