President Trump delivered the results of a new Rasmussen poll – even as another loses his electorate.
"In the Rasmussen poll, only 50% achieved, much more than President Obama at the same time. With all the false stories and fake news, it's hard to believe! Thanks, America, we're doing great things," Trump tweeted on Sunday morning.
A weekly Rasmussen poll on Friday brought the commander-in-chief only one point above the 49% of voters who sided with Obama in 2010.
But an NBC News / Wall Street Journal poll that was released Sunday Trump's approval rating rose four points last month to 39%, with 57% disapproval.
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The poll continued to offer the Republican bad news, with 47% saying they would prefer a Democratic convention to hold the President accountable. Forty percent said they want Republicans to continue legislating.
This is three points less than in March, but pollsters said Democrats are high before the 2018 halftime elections.
"You see no knockout figures here in April," Bill McInturff, a Republican tallier, who led the poll along with Democratic expert Peter Hart, told NBC News. "You can see problematic numbers" for the GOP.
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However, voters were divided over what confessions and allegations have led Robert Mueller's sweeping Russia trial for the president
The legal maneuvers have That 37% of respondents believe that Trump himself committed a crime. Mueller's team allegedly told Trump's lawyers that the president was the subject but not the target of the broad investigation, and he was not accused of misconduct.
Another 25% believe that the criminal charges and confessions of others I agree with the President, while 36% have not yet made a decision.
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