Majority of Americans Support Transgender Troops

Friday, 04 Aug, 2017

Twenty-six percent said they viewed Trump as a levelheaded person, while 71 percent say they consider him unstable.

And though, as TIME reported this week of Rasmussen, "Trump has regularly tweeted links to the polling outfit, long a favorite among conservatives, when it's shown him doing better on his approval rating than other polls", he's not done so this week. Just three percent of Democrats say they don't think Trump did anything wrong, while that number is 70 percent for Republicans.

Voting opinions on Trump's qualities like honesty, leadership and intelligence also hit new lows.

And 54 percent of voters said they were embarrassed to have Trump as president. "Profound embarrassment over his performance in office and deepening concern over his level-headedness have to raise the biggest flags".

More than two-thirds of voters, or 68%, say transgender people should be able to serve in the military, according to the poll. The tracker said just 38 percent approve of his performance. The polling group found lower approval for Trump than it had ever recorded for his predecessor, former President Barack Obama.

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The opposition has urged a boycott of the "fraudulent" vote, making it likely that only government supporters will cast ballots. The most recent violence drove the death toll from almost four months of unrest above 100 Thursday, July 27.

As recently as mid-June, Rasmussen had Trump's approval rating at 50% - far beyond where other polls found Trump's approval rating to be.

Americans are increasingly dissatisfied with President Trump's on-the-job performance, according to new polls out this week. Even Trump's job-approval rating is a respectable 52 percent with the demographic in these swing districts.

More than half of Republicans in a Quinnipiac University poll released on Thursday do not approve of the way their party has handled healthcare in Congress.

The July 27 New York City poll found more voters blame Cuomo for poor subways; Cuomo-de Blasio feud hurts city, voters say. The Quinnipiac poll was also called "the standout performer" by City and State for the most accurate prediction in the Democratic primary for New York City mayor in 2013.

"Voters say a soldier is a soldier, no matter what his/her gender identity is", Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac poll, said in a statement released with the survey results.