Forty-eight percent of registered voters approve of the job Donald Trump is doing as president — down just slightly from March, a Harvard-Harris survey reveals.
The results of the poll were published exclusively by The Hill.
Here are the survey highlights:
- While 48 percent approve of Trump's performance as president, 52 percent disapprove. In March, 49 percent approved of the job Trump was doing, while 52 percent did not.
- 55 percent of male voters approve of the job Trump is doing, compared to 53 percent in February.
- 41 percent of women voters approved of Trump's job performance in the White House, compared 44 percent in February
"Male registered voters say that Trump is a stronger leader than former President Obama, while female registered voters say Obama was the stronger leader," reports The Hill's Jonathan Easley. "Those men are also more likely to support Trump's missile strike in Syria and his Supreme Court pick, Neil Gorsuch, who is viewed negatively by a plurality of those women."
Here is how the rest of the survey breaks down:
- 75 percent of those polled support the Trump administration's proposed $1 trillion infrastructure package.
- 62 percent of voters opposed a wall along the southern border.
- 55 percent say they are happy Neil Gorsuch was confirmed for the Supreme Court.
The online survey of 2,027 registered voters was conducted April 14 to 17, The Hill noted. The poll uses a methodology that doesn't produce a traditional margin of error, the website added.
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