NEW POLL: Record Majority Agree They Are ‘Better Off’ Under President Trump
61% of Americans say they are “better off” than they were three years ago, a record high percentage for an incumbent seeking re-election.
According to a new Gallup poll, 61% of Americans agree they are “better off” than they were three years ago when President Trump was inaugurated. It’s the highest level Gallup has recorded in an incumbent re-election year since 1992. In fact, since then, it has never exceeded 50%.
- “If Trump asks Americans whether they are better off than before he came into office,” Gallup writes, “most would say they are.”
Between higher wages, lower poverty, and record-low unemployment, it’s now a verifiable fact that Americans feel better off than before Donald Trump was elected President.
Voters’ choice in November couldn’t be more clear: every single one of the socialism-supporting Democrats are offering extreme policies that will take an ax to this unprecedented progress.
- President Trump has helped spark strong wage growth among low-income workers and Black Americans after years of stagnation; Democrats’ policies would lead to cuts in workers’ paychecks.
- President Trump has created nearly 7 million jobs; the Democrats’ Green New Deal would destroy 11 million fossil-fuel supported jobs and spike families’ electrical bills.
- President Trump is fighting for lower health care costs and greater transparency, and he will always protect Americans with pre-existing conditions; the Democrats’ government-run health care schemes would result in 180 million Americans seeing the health insurance plans they get through their jobs taken away.