Trump's Selective and Self-Serving Poll Reading

A new Qunnipiac Poll asked voters to give Donald Trump a grade for his first year as President

A new Qunnipiac Poll asked voters to give Donald Trump a grade for his first year as President

Did he look at the poll's other findings? A total of 66 percent say the economy is "excellent" or "good" - an all-time high since Quinnipiac began asking the question in 2001, which the president tweeted Thursday morning - but 49 percent say former President Barack Obama is responsible, compared to 40 percent who think Trump is responsible.

The poll was conducted between January 5 and January 9 and asked just over 1,100 voters how they would sum up the state of the economy.

A new poll from Quinnipiac University says some 53 percent of American voters believe President Donald Trump is intelligent, but 57 percent say he is not fit to serve as president.

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Trump would dismiss those numbers as phony or made up.

According to the results, released Wednesday, 66 per cent of the respondents feel the US economy is "excellent" or "good", while another 33 per cent said the economy was "not so good" or "poor". The reason should be obvious: He hasn't actually done anything. What we're seeing is just the continuation of a long trend of economic improvement (and no, Obama doesn't get the credit for that either).

Meanwhile, White House aide Kellyanne Conway said that President Trump "discovered" there doesn't need to be a "physical wall" along the country's entire southern border. About 85 percent of Georgia voters who voted for Trump in 2016 approve of his work in his first year in office, the report said. The same poll found that a plurality of voters (39%) graded Trump's first year in office as an F. But filtered through the insane straw that feeds him his diet coke, everything becomes good news for him.

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