YES, THERE ARE POSITIVES
President Trump’s critics squawk about many things, and purposefully cloud the public narrative with shrill melodrama and confusing half-truths. But such is the nature of the political marketplace — and it is indeed a marketplace with many salesman afoot. Which brings us to some clear poll findings about what Americans actually like about Mr. Trump.
“Voters are all for President Trump’s order to federal agencies this week to ‘aggressively promote and use American-made goods and to ensure that American labor is hired to do the job,’ even though many suspect it will cost taxpayers more,” says a new Rasmussen Reports survey.
It finds that 72 percent of a thousand likely U.S. voters favor the order to the federal government to buy American and hire American. Just 15 percent are opposed.
And even in survey findings which reflect negative attitudes toward Mr. Trump, a new ABC News/Washington Post poll finds that 73 percent of Americans approve the idea of White House pressure “on companies to keep jobs in the U.S.”
The message from Trump voters to the president in this particular poll are clear: 96 percent of them would vote for him again, a clear indicator that the powerful, 63-million member demographic has “no regrets.”