There has been a lot of criticism of President Trump and his actions, but overall the trajectory is set for him so far to win in the 2020 elections. This was reflected in a recent Gallup Poll which has found that Trump’s approval ratings are at an all-time high.
President Trump’s approval rating hit an all-time high in a Gallup survey released on Friday, with 49 percent of respondents approving of his performance versus 47 percent disapproving.
The results continue a wide swing in polling for Trump, who garnered a 43 percent approval rating two weeks ago.
“Most of the variation in Trump’s recent job approval rating is among independents,” Gallup said. “In the current poll, 47% of independents approve of the job he is doing as president, the highest Gallup has measured for the group to date. 93% of Republicans and 8% of Democrats approve of the job Trump is doing.”
However, RealClearPolitics polling averages place the president at 44.3 percent approval versus 50.6 percent disapproval as of Friday. Averages of general election polls give Trump 42.1 percent to Joe Biden’s 47.4 percent. (source)
Trump has a lot of problems, but it will almost be impossible for Biden to win. People do not want to vote for an old man who has signs of senility or dementia, and a history of open sexual assault as well as very disturbing behavior around girls and women. Biden is a good candidate to lose in an election as opposed to have any victory except seeing Trump in office for four more years.
If Trump is re-elected, one should not expect the country to improve, but to worsen in all ways economically, possibly to the point of collapse. This would set the scene for a Democrat revival in 2024 along the lines of a new Obama rising to power, possibly a female or a sodomite or both in one candidate, to present herself as a sort of a new FDR at the same time the world is moving towards war, thus enabling themselves to write their party into history as the political party who “saved America” and to denounce the Republicans as the party who “destroyed” America.
High poll numbers do not mean that America is being made great again. Rather, it suggests that the suspicions of a Democrat revival in four more years are closer to reality that thought before.