Recent research from Moody’s Analytics, for example, concluded Mr. Trump’s reelection chances are “very good.” A Monmouth University found that 62% of those who approve of Mr. Trump say absolutely “nothing” will shake their support. A CNN survey said 76% of Americans agreed the economy is good. Rasmussen Reports revealed that 73% of voters predict the president will not be forced out of office.
“President Trump’s job approval rating has risen to 49%, his highest in Gallup polling since he took office in 2017,” wrote Jeffrey M. Jones, a Gallup analyst who noted that the president gets positive reviews from 94% of Republicans.
“Sixty-three percent of Americans now approve of the way Trumpis handling the economy, up six points from the prior reading in November,” the analyst wrote. “It is the highest economic approval rating not only for Trump, but for any president since George W. Bush enjoyed stratospheric job approval ratings in the first few months after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.”
The GOP is also getting a bump.
“As Trump’s job approval rating has improved, so has the image of the Republican Party,” Mr. Jones said. “Now, 51% of Americans view the Republican Party favorably, up from 43% in September. It is the first time GOP favorability has exceeded 50% since 2005. Meanwhile, 45% of Americans have a positive opinion of the Democratic Party, a slight dip from 48% in September.”