Gallup’s latest poll puts President Trump at a 46% approval rating, the highest level since Gallup started asking the question. Among Republicans, Trump is carrying 91%, just a point shy of his 92% record set in November. The 50-year low in unemployment and the Mueller Report release and exoneration are speculated as the driving force behind his surge from a 39% approval rating back in March.
Here’s more from Washington Examiner…
President Trump’s approval rating has hit its highest levels since his inauguration in a recent poll.
Trump has hit 46% approval in the latest Gallup poll, the highest level since the polling group began asking the question. His approval in the poll has been as low as 35%, but the new numbers show an increasingly positive trend for the president. In early March, before the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, Trump’s approval sat at 39% but jumped to 45% in the first half of April.
The poll found that Trump carries a 91% among Republicans, close to his record high of 92% support among the party back in November.
The support might be buoyed by the release of Mueller’s redacted report, which showed that Trump did not conspire with Russia during the 2016 presidential election but made no determination on whether he obstructed justice during the investigation.