New Q Poll Has More Bad News For Trump

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According to a Quinnipiac University national survey released Wednesday, 54 percent of American voters believe Trump has abused the powers of his office, including almost nine in 10 Democrats, half of independents and 12 percent of Republicans.

President Donald Trump's popularity in his home state continues to fall, according to a new poll out this morning.

The numbers for Congress are even worse.

Sixty-eight percent of respondents who identified as Democrats said that Congress should begin proceedings while 16 percent said they should not.

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In upstate counties where Trump ran strongest in November, 63 percent of voters have an unfavorable view of Trump, while 33 percent view him favorably.

The president has seen approval ratings lower than any recorded by Gallup since they started their surveys in 1953, the company said.

Since January, Trump's job approval ratings from men and women, as well as across all major age, education, racial and income groups, have declined at rates similar to the seven-point national decline.

"Much of the media is now just another part of the partisan divide in the country with Republicans not trusting the "mainstream" media and Democrats seeing them as reflecting their beliefs".

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"In general, do you approve or disapprove of the job President Trump is doing as president?" "What they are seeing right now is politicians of all stripes not working for them".

Forty percent of Americans approve of the Republican effort to replace the Affordable Care Act, while 53 percent are opposed. The president asserted that he had lost confidence in Comey's ability to lead the FBI, The New York Times reports. The survey was conducted before the Congressional Budget Office reported Tuesday that the House plan would result in 23 million more Americans becoming uninsured over the next decade.

But Greenberg says it's still too early to read any election consequences into the numbers. But he says any elected official right now should be "worried".

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