Trump Has A 91% Approval Rating Among Republicans. Among Democrats? 5%

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There is an 86-percentage-point divide between Republicans and Democrats regarding the president's approval rating.

The gap between Republican and Democratic support for President Donald Trump has widened to a chasm, according to new poll results gauging the president’s approval rating.

While his overall rating stands at 43 percent, compared to 39 percent last month, Gallup found an 86-percentage-point divide between Republican and Democrats — tying the previous record.

The Hill reported that 91 percent of Republicans approve of the job Trump is doing, while a mere 5 percent of Democrats said the same. Among Independents, 38 percent approve of the president.

This is the third time such a gap has been measured during Trump’s presidency, Gallup said, and it also happened once during President Barack Obama’s time in office, right around the 2012 election.

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91% Republican approval. SMH. That proves how much they put party before country.


Who are the 5% Democrats? Are they the ones who still think Eisenhower is president? Are they the ones sitting and waiting for their morning sponge bath?

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