Will the Media(D) try to discredit a poll run by CBS News?
It did, after all, say something nice about the President.
This isn’t good news for Chuck and Nancy going into the Primaries.
According to the survey, 35 per cent of Americans say Trump’s policies are ‘a great deal’ responsible for the economy.
Around the same number – 33 per cent – say the president’s policies are ‘somewhat’ responsible.
Nearly one-third say that Trump is either ‘not very’ or ‘not at all’ responsible for the strong economy.
That’s 68 percent.
If it’s ‘the economy stupid’ as somebody once famously said, how is that going to look for the Democrats’ chances as they look for key issues come November?
Coming out of Obama’s Red Tape years, and his ‘slowest recovery’, we are suddenly — just as predicted — roaring out of the gate with a better than 3% rate of growth, and record-setting levels of employment.
Basically, everyone who wants to have a job can have one.
And, as the polls are saying, most Americans are crediting Trump for the economic good times.
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Gift giving just got a whole lot easier.
What’s not to like?
They get a gift, and you get to crow about just how good Trump’s first year has been.
It’s win-win, right?