President Trump’s re-election bid is already well underway.
And even though the election is over a year from now, Trump is already getting great news.
The President just broke a major milestone that will almost certainly guarantee his re-election.
President Trump is in a powerful position to win re-election next year.
And while he’s got several advantages that naturally comes with being the incumbent, Democrats have always liked to point to his low approval ratings to suggest that they have a chance of defeating him.
But that argument is now starting to fall apart.
With a growing economy, consumer confidence soaring, and the horrible recovery that took place under President Obama finally going away, Trump’s approval rating is starting to rise.
And now, he’s just reached a two-year high in his approval rating, which suggests his campaign prospects are increasing as well.
The Daily Caller reports, “President Donald Trump’s approval rating reached its highest level in two years, according to a new poll from Harvard CAPS/Harris, which suggests in its analysis that consumer confidence in the economy is likely a contributing factor.
Forty-eight percent of voters surveyed said they approve of the job Trump is doing as president, which is the highest approval rating captured by the Harvard poll since June 2017. Trump’s disapproval rating was just slightly higher at 52 percent, as first reported by The Hill.
The survey, which was conducted between May 29 and 30, notes that the good economy could be spurring the relatively high approval rating. Fifty-nine percent of respondents said they approve of Trump’s handling of the economy, while a record 62 percent said they approve of his approach to employment.”
This poll is anything but a disaster for Democrats hoping to knock off Trump next year.
And it’s a great piece of early news for President Trump’s re-election efforts.
On questions about the economy, Trump gets very high marks by voters.
An amazing 71% of people think the economy is “strong” or “very strong.”
“People’s views on the economy are gradually pushing Trump’s numbers up and his actions on other issues like China and immigration are neutral to positive,” Mark Penn, the co-director of the Harvard poll, said.
That’s a clear sign that President Trump is well on his way to getting re-elected.
Without a faltering economy, Democrats have little they can attack the President for.
And it’s only going to get worse for them too.
“The Department of Labor reported in its April jobs report that the unemployment rate fell to 3.6 percent and the economy added 263,000 jobs, making March the 103rd consecutive month of job growth. The unemployment rate was at its lowest level in 50 years,” adds the Daily Caller.
In major swing states like Pennsylvania, Florida, North Carolina, and elsewhere, Trump’s performance on the economy could make the difference between winning and losing.
While the election is still months away, he’s certainly on the track to win, and it has left the Democrats in a panic like never before.
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