Voters Wary of Trump, Confident in Economy

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While nearly two-thirds of USA voters, 66 percent, described the nation's economy as good or excellent - the highest percentage in Quinnipiac polls going back to 2001 - nearly half of them, 49 percent, gave the credit to former President Barack Obama, while 40 percent credited Trump.

By contrast, 49 percent of voters believe former President Barack Obama was more responsible than Trump for America's current economic conditions; only 40 percent said Trump deserved more credit.

Trump's policies are helping the nation's economy, 37 percent of voters say, as 29 percent say his policies are hurting the economy and 30 percent say these policies are not making much difference.

"It's been a very tough Freshman year for President Donald Trump, by any measure", Malloy said. "That is the highest number ever recorded by this poll", he wrote on Twitter.

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The wealthy will benefit most from this plan, 66 percent of voters believe, while 22 percent say the middle class will benefit most and 4 percent say low income people will benefit most. "Considered an intelligent person with a really bad report card, filled with far more "F's" than "A's" or "B's", the president is a long way from the Dean's list in the eyes of voters".

As for the Quinnipiac poll, 59 per cent of those surveyed disapprove of Trump's handling of the Oval Office, while 36 per cent approve.

Sixty-nine percent of respondents said Trump is not levelheaded, while 28 percent disagreed. The same poll found that a plurality of voters (39%) graded Trump's first year in office as an F.

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