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Trump's Approval Rating At Highest Point Of Presidency says Washington Post-ABC News poll

Donald Trump's approval rating among voting-age Americans raises to 44 percent, edging up from 39 percent in April 2019.The survey highlights the degree to which Trump has a narrow but real path to reelection.

More than 6 in 10 Americans say he has acted in ways that are unpresidential. Still, one-fifth of those who say he is not presidential say they approve of the job he is doing, and he runs even against four possible Democratic nominees in hypothetical general-election matchups.

 Among registered voters, 47 percent say they approve of Trump while 50 percent disapprove. In April, 42 percent of registered voters said they approved while 54 percent said they disapproved.

The economy is the main issue in the survey where Trump gets positive numbers, with 51 percent saying they approve of the way he has dealt with economy. A smaller 42 percent disapprove of his handling of it, down from 46 percent in last October. Asked how much credit Trump deserves for the state of the economy, 47 percent say a "great deal" or a "good amount," while 48 percent say he deserves "only some" or "hardly any."

When asked the same question in a January 2018 survey, a smaller 38 percent of Americans gave him credit for the economy while 56 percent said he deserved none. In that 2018 poll, 19 percent said he deserved a great deal of credit for the economy,today that number is 30 percent.

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