Most Americans no longer think Trump is keeping his promises, poll says

Most Americans no longer think Trump is keeping his promises, poll says

Most Americans no longer think Trump is keeping his promises, poll says

"President Donald Trump's image among Americans as someone who keeps his promises has faded in the first two months of his presidency, falling from 62% in February to 45%", Gallup reported. So did the number of people who think he can "bring about changes this country needs", which also fell seven percentage points to 46 per cent.

The survey also found decreasing beliefs among those polled that the president cares about average people and can manage the government effectively.

According to the latest data, only 41 percent approve of the job President Trump is doing, with 53 percent disapproving.

And while the overall approval ratings are ticking up, another Gallup poll shows Americans are still concerned about Trump.

The decline came across the political spectrum, although it was more stark with Democrats (37 percent down to 16 percent) and Independents (59 percent down to 43 percent), who respectively had 21- and 16-point declines in whether they believe Trump keeps his promises.

Trump's supporters have expressed their unhappiness that the president has not moved forward on immigration, healthcare or taxes.

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There is evidence, however, that the Rasmussen result may have been an outlier, as President Trump had lower job approval ratings in other recent polls. The loss in confidence was particularly pronounced among voters ages 18 to 34 (22 percentage points), but the highest among women, with 25 percent fewer female voters saying they don't believe the president upholds his promises.

Other firms have found far lower approval ratings for Trump.

Trump, from time to time, has been tweeting and re-tweeting polls that are favourable to his administration.

That attribute - a leadership style that's "strong and decisive" - was said to be extremely important to voters in at least one poll after the last election.

The numbers for that characteristic could still shift for Trump as his presidency continues.

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