Americans Are Missing Trump More Than Ever, And This Proves It

A national poll of 1,500 American voters found that most of them want the U.S. to return to President Trump’s policies on many issues, which might explain why most voters feel the economy is going in the wrong direction. The survey also reported that Biden and Trump’s unfavorability numbers are currently tied around 54%.

The poll was supported by The WSJ, ALG Research and done between Nov. 16 and Nov. 22.

Voters got asked, “Regardless of how you might feel about each person, would you rather have Joe Biden’s policies and proposals or go back to Trump’s programs?” According to the poll, 46% said they somewhat or strongly want to continue with Joe Biden’s policies while 48% stated they strongly wanted to go back to Trump’s policies.

When asked, “Specifically, would you report the economy is going in the wrong or right direction?” a large 61% said “wrong direction.”

In terms of favorability numbers, Biden beats Trump with 43% favorability compared to Trump’s 41%, but both are now tied at around 54% unfavorable.

Likewise, 57% of American voters strongly disapprove of the work that Joe Biden is doing right now as president, while just 50% disapprove of the job that Donald Trump did while president.

As said earlier this Thursday, Biden’s unfavorables is in line with other polls, which reveal that voters don’t want him to run again in 2024.

Likewise, it was reported that Joe “Biden’s approval number is even lowering among younger Democrats and with Independents.”

It should be mentioned that the ideological mix of the WSJ poll was somewhat evenly divided and had slightly more Dems than GOP members.

According to the survey findings, 26% of responders said they were liberal or very liberal, with 30% saying they were moderate, 40% reporting they were conservative or very conservative, and 4% did not know or refused to provide an answer.

Forty-two percent of people polled said they leaned left or were Dems, 40% said they leaned right or were GOP voters, 15% reported they were independent or something else, and 3% did not know what they were.

Author: Scott Dowdy