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Economics of Trump Polling: Are You Better Off Today?

Economics of Trump Polling: Are You Better Off Today?
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George Mentz By Tuesday, 30 July 2019 01:08 PM EDT Current | Bio | Archive

I wanted to spend a few minutes uncovering the public happiness factors in the U.S. If you and several others are confronted by a wild bear, how fast do you need to be able to run? The answer is you need only be able to run faster than the others you are with.

The same holds true about the U.S. economy. We need only to have a government better than before President Donald Trump. Consumer confidence is at 15-year highs this year, according to CNBC.

Compared with other nations, under Trump, we now have record high employment, record stock market growth, competitive and lower tax rates, better tax revenues, and competitive regulations. People are statistically much happier on average than under President Barack Obama.

After doing the research and crunching the math, the American people are about 35% happier on average under Trump than Obama. In March, CNN said that 71% of Americans said the economy was in good shape under Trump's administration and leadership. Further, CNN says that another 43% of the public has benefitted from the new robust economy.

Consider the fact that 74% said they were very happy in a July 2017 poll. The Wrike Survey finds 88 percent of full-time employees are happy at work. Now in June 2019, 70% of the people believe that they will be able to achieve the American dream

An average of 32 polls under Trump's Leadership shows a +32% satisfaction with the U.S. direction. An average of 99 polls during the Obama administration showed a meager +23.6 % rate of satisfaction with the direction of the country. Trump polls 35.59% higher on average than Obama did as president. This conclusion is reached by using the mathematical approval rate of the direction of the country from Gallup polls from January 2009 until today.

Two other facts are in Trump’s favor for 2020. Recent statewide elections in Ohio and Florida showed that the people of these states will still vote for a Trump Conservative over the alternative. Other disturbing news for Trump’s competition is that various polls show that minorities have much better job opportunities under President Trump that under Obama, Bush or Clinton.

Overall, the Investor’s Business Daily said: "The turnaround under Trump was not only unexpected, but deemed impossible by Democrats, who were trying to convince the public that 2% growth was the best this country could do."

Generally speaking, regardless of what poll you review, there are now more people in key states who are considering voting for Trump than on Election Day in November 2016. This is referred to as the “hidden vote,” which debunked the mainstream media polls in 2016. Mainstream media had Clinton with a 93% chance of winning against Trump, but in a historic win, Trump won 30 states in an electoral landslide by implementing strategic campaigning.

George Mentz JD MBA CWM Chartered Wealth Manager ® is a licensed attorney and CEO of GAFM ® global education, which is an ISO 29990 Certified professional development company operating in over 50 nations. Mentz is an award winning author and advisory board member to several companies around the world in education, charities, and crypto currency.

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President Trump’s national satisfaction polls are 35.59% higher on average than Barack Obama had as president.
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Tuesday, 30 July 2019 01:08 PM
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