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“De­spite the fact that the main­stream me­dia has largely ig­nored the boom­ing econ­omy, the pub­lic hasn’t. They are wit­ness­ing first hand how their lives have im­proved in the two years since vot­ers handed Trump the pres­i­dency,” re­ports a new In­vestors Busi­ness Daily poll which re­veals that the pub­lic is more op­ti­mistic about the econ­omy, less fi­nan­cially stressed, less wor­ried about jobs, more sat­is­fied with the di­rec­tion of the coun­try, and hap­pier with the fed­eral gov­ern­ment’s eco­nomic poli­cies than they were in No­vem­ber 2016.

“Democrats are so vir­u­lently anti-Trump that they refuse to see what’s right in front of them. Take the ques­tion of whether the econ­omy is im­prov­ing or not. Two years ago, 81 per­cent of Democrats claimed that it was, de­spite all the ev­i­dence to the con­trary. In the lat­est IBD/TIPP poll, how­ever, just 27 per­cent of Democrats be­lieve the econ­omy is im­prov­ing. But 92 per­cent of Repub­li­cans and 52 per­cent of in­de­pen­dents now say it’s get­ting bet­ter. What can pos­si­bly ex­plain the huge gap ex­cept ab­ject ha­tred of Pres­i­dent Trump?”

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