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minnesota poll results: donald trump's favorability ratings


to mark president donald trump's first 100 days in office, the star tribune polled registered minnesota voters between april 24 and april 26. highlights from questions about trump's performance are below. scroll down the page to see all breakdowns for each question, plus details about how the poll was conducted and the demographics of the 800 respondants.about the poll:this poll was conducted by mason-dixon polling & research, inc. of jacksonville, florida from april 24 through april 26, 2017. a total of 800 registered minnesota voters were interviewed statewide by telephone.  those interviewed on land-lines were selected by the random variation of the last four digits of telephone numbers.  a cross-section of exchanges was utilized in order to ensure an accurate reflection of the state. t






trump approval ratings to get boost following speech to congress?


following president donald trump’s first address to congress, white house press secretary sean spicer tweeted the results of a cnn poll wednesday, suggesting that the president’s approval ratings may improve following his speech. the cnn/orc poll, conducted february 28 among 509 americans who watched trump’s speech, found that almost 7-in-10 said that they felt that the…






trump has better ratings than republicans and democrats do


more americans have a positive opinion of donald trump than they do of republicans or democrats in congress, according to a new nbc news/wall street journal poll.of the 946 registered voters surveyed, 43 percent said they had a favorable opinion of president trump, while 47 percent said they viewed him negatively.when asked about their feelings towards congress, those numbers took a nosedive. thirty-five percent said they had a positive view of congressional republicans, while 43 percent viewed them negatively. congressional democrats have even lower favorability ratings, as only 30 percent had a positive opinion while 46 percent said they had negative feelings towards them.more americans think the country is headed in the right direction than they have since december 2012. according to th






trump tweets: calls polls that put his approval ratings at historic lows 'fake n


president trump commented on the results of two polls that put his approval ratings at historic lows.a wall street journal/nbc news poll found trump's overall approval rating to be 40%, the lowest at this stage of a new president's tenure in the survey's history, according to an accompanying nbc news report.a washington post/abc news poll put trump's approval rating at 42%, the lowest recorded at this stage of a presidency since 1945, a release states.as the president noted, the polls did contain some good news.of the washington post/abc news poll respondents who reported voting for trump in the 2016 election, just 2% said they regretted their decision, while 96% said it was the right thing to do. (in comparison, only 85% of those who reported voting for hillary clinton said they'd vote th






trump ratings far below obama, bush


a breakdown of president donald trump’s approval ratings may provide a glimpse into how the current administration has remained out of favor with independents and from those outside his party, while maintaining support from trump’s base. a recent poll showed that 96 percent of trump voters would cast their ballot for him again, despite overall polls…






issa's own poll suggests trump's a burden


a month after rep. darrell issa won re-election in the closest congressional race in the country, the congressman got a warning that his next contest could be even tougher.an internal poll by issa’s campaign shows a 10-point drop in the vista republican’s favorability ratings between mid-october and early december, and that issa’s support for president donald trump is likely one of the reasons his image took a hit.overall, the poll suggests issa was hurt significantly by negative television advertising during the campaign.on oct. 18, issa had a 40 percent unfavorable rating — a score that rose to 49 points by dec. 7. his favorable rating edged down from 42 percent to 41 percent during that time.the poll found that voters who saw television ads remembered issa’s ties to trump more than any






issa's own poll suggests trump's a burden


a month after rep. darrell issa won re-election in the closest congressional race in the country, the congressman got a warning that his next contest could be even tougher.an internal poll by issa’s campaign shows a 10-point drop in the vista republican’s favorability ratings between mid-october and early december, and that issa’s support for president donald trump is likely one of the reasons his image took a hit.overall, the poll suggests issa was hurt significantly by negative television advertising during the campaign.on oct. 18, issa had a 40 percent unfavorable rating — a score that rose to 49 points by dec. 7. his favorable rating edged down from 42 percent to 41 percent during that time.the poll found that voters who saw television ads remembered issa’s ties to trump more than any






issa's own poll suggests trump is a burden


a month after rep. darrell issa won re-election in the closest congressional race in the country, the congressman got a warning that his next contest could be even tougher.an internal poll by issa’s campaign shows a 10-point drop in the vista republican’s favorability ratings between mid-october and early december, and that issa’s support for president donald trump is likely one of the reasons his image took a hit.overall, the poll suggests issa was hurt significantly by negative television advertising during the campaign.on oct. 18, issa had a 40 percent unfavorable rating — a score that rose to 49 points by dec. 7. his favorable rating edged down from 42 percent to 41 percent during that time.the poll found that voters who saw television ads remembered issa’s ties to trump more than any






issa's own poll suggests trump is a burden


a month after rep. darrell issa won re-election in the closest congressional race in the country, the congressman got a warning that his next contest could be even tougher.an internal poll by issa’s campaign shows a 10-point drop in the vista republican’s favorability ratings between mid-october and early december, and that issa’s support for president donald trump is likely one of the reasons his image took a hit.overall, the poll suggests issa was hurt significantly by negative television advertising during the campaign.on oct. 18, issa had a 40 percent unfavorable rating — a score that rose to 49 points by dec. 7. his favorable rating edged down from 42 percent to 41 percent during that time.the poll found that voters who saw television ads remembered issa’s ties to trump more than any






issa's own poll suggests trump's a burden


a month after rep. darrell issa won re-election in the closest congressional race in the country, the congressman got a warning that his next contest could be even tougher.an internal poll by issa’s campaign shows a 10-point drop in vista republican’s favorability ratings between mid-october and early december, and that issa’s support for president donald trump is likely one of the reasons his image took a hit.over all, the poll suggests negative television ads against hurt issa.on october 18, issa had a 40 percent unfavorable rating — a score that rose to 49 points by dec. 7. his favorable rating edged down from 41 percent to 41 percent during that time.the poll found that voters who saw television ads remembered issa’s ties to trump more than any other detail, and when voters had negativ






issa's own poll suggests trump's a burden


a month after rep. darrell issa won re-election in the closest congressional race in the country, the congressman got a warning that his next contest could be even tougher.an internal poll by issa’s campaign shows a 10-point drop in the vista republican’s favorability ratings between mid-october and early december, and that issa’s support for president donald trump is likely one of the reasons his image took a hit.overall, the poll suggests issa was hurt significantly by negative television advertising.on oct. 18, issa had a 40 percent unfavorable rating — a score that rose to 49 points by dec. 7. his favorable rating edged down from 42 percent to 41 percent during that time.the poll found that voters who saw television ads remembered issa’s ties to trump more than any other detail, and wh






americans think president trump is not very honest


president donald trump’s favorability has been in a state of consistent decline since he took office in january this year. this seems to be a trend as a new poll released tuesday revealed that his approval rating fell by 6 percent over the past month. according to the quinnipiac university survey, trump’s performance in office had…






everything president trump has tweeted (and what it was about)


president trump commented on the results of two polls that put his approval ratings at historic lows.a wall street journal/nbc news poll found trump's overall approval rating to be 40%, the lowest at this stage of a new president's tenure in the survey's history, according to an accompanying nbc news report.a washington post/abc news poll put trump's approval rating at 42%, the lowest recorded at this stage of a presidency since 1945, a release states.as the president noted, the polls did contain some good news.of the washington post/abc news poll respondents who reported voting for trump in the 2016 election, just 2% said they regretted their decision, while 96% said it was the right thing to do. (in comparison, only 85% of those who reported voting for hillary clinton said they'd vote th






trump’s unpopularity extends to staff, cabinet


donald trump has set record low approval ratings at this early stage of his presidency. but in the white house and the republican leadership, trump is far from alone in his unpopularity, a poll conducted by the saint leo university polling institute earlier this month has indicated. according to the poll, which surveyed 1,073 adults between…






melania trump needs some public-relations help


andrew harnik, the associated presspresident donald trump and first lady melania trump wave to members of the media they walk on the south lawn of the white house on march 17.while the president’s approval ratings hit a new low this month, his wife’s are on the rise. a recent cnn/orc poll found that 52 percent of americans like melania trump — an increase of 16 percent since her husband took office. that far exceeds the favorability ratings of first ladies such as michelle obama and laura bush in their first years.but it’s unlikely that melania trump will be able to stay popular without help. so far, she hasn’t hired a press secretary. that’s really odd. every first lady since jackie kennedy had one by this point in her husband’s administration, according to kate andersen brower, author of






minnesota poll results: senatorial job approval ratings


the most recent star tribune poll, conducted between april 24 and 26, asked registered minnesota voters if they approve or disapprove of the job performances of senators amy klobuchar and al franken. here's what they said:about the pollthis poll was conducted by mason-dixon polling & research, inc. of jacksonville, florida from april 24 through april 26, 2017. a total of 800 registered minnesota voters were interviewed statewide by telephone.  those interviewed on land-lines were selected by the random variation of the last four digits of telephone numbers.  a cross-section of exchanges was utilized in order to ensure an accurate reflection of the state. those interviewed on cell phones were selected from a list of working cell phone numbers.  quotas were assigned to reflect voter registra






key findings from the ap-norc poll on president donald trump


washington — nearly 6 in 10 americans disapprove of the job donald trump is doing as president, according to a new poll conducted by the associated press-norc center for public affairs research over five days before and after the collapse of a gop proposal to replace former president barack obama's health care law.health care was the worst of seven issues for trump tested in the poll, but half of americans approve of his handling of the economy.key findings:—just 42 percent of americans approve and 58 percent disapprove of how trump his handling his job so far. nearly 9 in 10 democrats and more than 6 in 10 independents disapprove of trump, while 8 in 10 republicans approve of the job he's doing.—some 62 percent disapprove of how he's handling health care. his ratings are also underwater o






poll: bernie sanders is most popular u.s. politician


sen. bernie sanders is the politician who received the highest favorability rating among people in the u.s. in a new  harvard-harris poll.the survey found that 57 percent of the public view the vermont independent favorably while 32 percent said they view sanders unfavorably. hillary clinton defeated sanders in the democratic primary for president last year. the next two most popular politicians among the public are vice president mike pence and president trump -- each with 44 percent viewing them favorably.on the other end of the spectrum, mr. trump’s chief strategist at the white house, stephen bannon, received the lowest favorability rating with only 16 percent viewing him that way.the survey also found that half of the country believes it’s headed in the wrong direction while 36 percen






americans don’t like white house officials


president donald trump is a man who has long been obsessed with ratings and poll numbers — but lately, polls haven’t been in his favor. gallup put his approval rating at 38 percent this week, the lowest amongst presidents in modern history. and a quinnipiac university poll found that only 37 percent of americans approved of…






how the poll was conducted


how the poll was conductedtoday's star tribune minnesota poll findings are based on interviews conducted april 24-26 with 800 minnesota registered voters via landline (69 percent) and cellphone (31 percent). the poll was conducted by mason-dixon polling and research inc.results of a poll based on 800 interviews will vary by no more than 3.5 percentage points, plus or minus, from the overall population 95 times out of 100. margins are larger for groups within the sample, such as democrats and republicans, and income groups.the self-identified party affiliation of the random sample is: 35 percent democrat, 33 percent republican and 32 percent independent or other party.sampling error does not take into account other sources of variation inherent in public opinion surveys, such as nonresponse






voters trust media over trump, poll shows


donald trump has been claiming the media spreads, what he calls, “fake news” and has slammed certain news organizations for being biased. despite this, majority of voters in a latest poll conducted by a hamden, connecticut university said they trust the media than the president. quinnipiac university released poll results tuesday showing that 53 percent of…






poll: minnesotans give trump 40 percent approval rating


washington – roughly half of minnesotans disapprove of president donald trump’s performance and believe he lacks the temperament needed to lead the country, a new star tribune minnesota poll shows.as trump reaches the 100-day mark in the white house, only 40 percent of voters in the state approve of the job he is doing, a historic low, while 51 percent disapprove, the poll found. only 44 percent of those polled believe that trump is generally truthful.“i think he’s mean; i think he doesn’t have any attributes that would bring honor to this country,” said karen anderson of golden valley, who participated in the poll. “i just think he’s a terrible person.”but the poll shows a stark divide by geography and party. a majority of minnesotans outside the twin cities metro area continue to support






klobuchar, franken both get high marks from minnesotans


large majorities approve of the job performance of sen. amy klobuchar and sen. al franken, according to a new star tribune minnesota poll.the senators, both dflers, earned higher marks than they have in any previous star tribune minnesota poll.klobuchar, long a champion of bipartisanship and politically popular proposals, scored an approval rating of 72 percent for her work, according to the statewide poll.the numbers illustrate republicans’ challenge in finding a credible opponent to klobuchar as she seeks election to a third term in 2018.franken, who has taken a combative approach to the new administration of president donald trump and especially his cabinet appointees, won the approval of 58 percent of minnesotans, according to the poll.the high marks at home underscore why klobuchar an






gallup poll finds trump approval rating at 37 percent


president trump’s poll numbers have reached a low point in gallup’s daily tracking poll -- 37 percent. other polls do not show mr. trump’s approvals to be quite this low. economist/yougov’s poll, which was taken last week, shows his approvals at 44 percent, and fox news’ and reuters/ipsos polls, also taken in approximately the same time frame, show him at 43 percent. but compared to other presidents in gallup’s tracking poll at this same point in their presidency -- 60 days into their administration -- mr. trump’s approval ratings are much lower. here’s how he stacks up against recent presidents:presidential approval ratings3/18/17donald trump37%3/21/09barack obama63%3/27/01george w. bush53%3/13/93bill clinton53%3/12/89george h.w. bush56%3/15/81ronald reagan60%3/20/77jimmy carter75%






minnesota poll results: the healthcare debate


the most recent star tribune poll, conducted april 24 to april 26, asked registered minnesota voters several questions about their healthcare and debates surrounding the fate of the affordable care act. here's a look at how respondents answered. scroll down the page for detailed answers and more information about how the poll was conducted.about the pollthis poll was conducted by mason-dixon polling & research, inc. of jacksonville, florida from april 24 through april 26, 2017. a total of 800 registered minnesota voters were interviewed statewide by telephone.  those interviewed on land-lines were selected by the random variation of the last four digits of telephone numbers.  a cross-section of exchanges was utilized in order to ensure an accurate reflection of the state. those interviewed






100 days: sharp partisan divides mark trump presidency - cbs news poll


by jennifer de pinto, fred backus, kabir khanna and anthony salvantofor most, it’s still too soon to judgewhile most feel 100 days is not enough time to judge the trump administration, 41 percent approve of the way donald trump is handling his job as he nears that hundred-day mark. it’s a rating that’s historically low but has been fairly steady since he took office, underpinned by support that comes heavily from republicans. playvideocbsntrump downplays 100-day milestone as "ridiculous standard" the white house may not keep funding for a southern border wall in the budget plan ahead of a potential government shutdown. the hill's reid wils... ratings of donald trump are far more partisan than ratings of his immediate predecessors were at this point in their presidencies: both presidents ob






100 days: sharp partisan divides mark trump presidency - cbs news poll


by jennifer de pinto, fred backus, kabir khanna and anthony salvantofor most, it’s still too soon to judgewhile most feel 100 days is not enough time to judge the trump administration, 41 percent approve of the way donald trump is handling his job as he nears that hundred-day mark. it’s a rating that’s historically low but has been fairly steady since he took office, underpinned by support that comes heavily from republicans. playvideocbsntrump downplays 100-day milestone as "ridiculous standard" the white house may not keep funding for a southern border wall in the budget plan ahead of a potential government shutdown. the hill's reid wils... ratings of donald trump are far more partisan than ratings of his immediate predecessors were at this point in their presidencies: both presidents ob






americans are unhappy with almost everyone in politics — except for mike pence


vice president pence attends a ceremony on march 2, 2017, to swear in hud secretary ben carson. (photo: alex wong, getty images)vice president pence stands alone.in a new usa today/suffolk university poll, americans say they have mostly unfavorable impressions of just about everybody on a list of public figures and institutions — except, that is, for the vice president, who has become a familiar figure in interviews on sunday tv shows and elsewhere as he explains and defends president trump.only mike pence scored a net positive rating, with 47% of those surveyed saying they had a generally favorable impression of him and 35% a mostly unfavorable one. the rest were undecided. that 11-point advantage sets him apart from everyone else on the survey, including his boss. trump's favorable ratin






americans are unhappy with almost everyone in politics — except for mike pence


vice president pence attends a ceremony on march 2, 2017, to swear in hud secretary ben carson. (photo: alex wong, getty images)vice president pence stands alone.in a new usa today/suffolk university poll, americans say they have mostly unfavorable impressions of just about everybody on a list of public figures and institutions — except, that is, for the vice president, who has become a familiar figure in interviews on sunday tv shows and elsewhere as he explains and defends president trump.only mike pence scored a net positive rating, with 47% of those surveyed saying they had a generally favorable impression of him and 35% a mostly unfavorable one. the rest were undecided. that 11-point advantage sets him apart from everyone else on the survey, including his boss. trump's favorable ratin






trump won’t fire spicer ‘because of ratings’


president donald trump has no plans to fire white house press secretary sean spicer because he believes his controversial spokesman gets good ratings. “i’m not firing sean spicer,” trump said, according to the washington post. “that guy gets great ratings. everyone tunes in.” trump even likened his press secretary’s daily news briefings to a soap opera,…






trump’s approval rating is still in a record-breaking free fall


president donald trump was well on his way this week to cementing a presidential record for the least-approved first 100 days in american history. a poll released sunday night by nbc news and the wall street journal indicated trump was continuing to face the lowest approval ratings for any incoming president in recent years, with the…






trump allies say they’re active but were mia on health care


washington (ap) — outside groups are promising to spend millions of dollars boosting president donald trump’s agenda. but this political cavalry was noticeably absent during his first legislative agenda item, repealing and replacing the nation’s health care law.days after the health care effort failed in part because organized and well-funded opposition to the trump-backed bill went unanswered by a serious campaign to sell it, three nonprofit groups led by former trump advisers are rolling out digital and media advertising.the groups aim to shore up trump’s sagging favorability ratings, build support for his supreme court justice nominee and loom as a 2018 election threat to lawmakers who oppose him.this week, making america great began spending more than $1 million on an ad that will air






trump factor improves angela merkel’s re-election prospects


angela merkel’s aides jokingly explain the german chancellor’s improving poll ratings as due to “the trump factor.” with a federal election barely eight months away, the german leader is bouncing back from the low approval ratings she was getting during the height of the refugee crisis in the winter of 2015-16. and her advisers think they…






internet aghast after trump brags about ‘apprentice’ ratings at prayer breakfast


president donald trump gave a talk at the national prayer breakfast on thursday morning, where he bragged about the ratings he used to get on the apprentice, while also mocking current apprentice host arnold schwarzenegger for getting lower ratings than he did.“the hired a big, big movie star, arnold schwarzenegger, to take my place, and we know how that turned out,” trump said of the apprentice. “the ratings went right down the tubes, it’s been a total disaster… and i want to just pray for arnold, if we can, for those ratings.”using the national prayer breakfast to rekindle a feud over apprentice ratings generated instant shock and ridicule on the internet, similar to the reaction that occurred on wednesday when trump paid tribute to black history month by talking about how badly he had b






arnold schwarzenegger knocks trump's approval rating


arnold schwarzenegger speaks on stage prior to the arnold family walk as part of the 2017 arnold classic on march 19, 2017 in melbourne, australia. (photo: robert cianflone, getty images)the arnold schwarzenegger-donald trump feud continues.after a gallup poll found that president trump's approval rating had hit a new low of 37% last week, schwarzenegger on tuesday tweeted out a video with his thoughts on the matter:oh, donald. the ratings are in, and you got swamped. wow. now you're in the 30s? but what do you expect? when you take away after-school programs for children, meals on wheels for the poor people, that's not what you call making america great again. c'mon! i mean, who is advising you? schwarzenegger then offered some advice: go visit hart middle school in washington, d.c., to s






arnold schwarzenegger knocks trump's approval rating


arnold schwarzenegger speaks on stage prior to the arnold family walk as part of the 2017 arnold classic on march 19, 2017 in melbourne, australia. (photo: robert cianflone, getty images)the arnold schwarzenegger-donald trump feud continues.after a gallup poll found that president trump's approval rating had hit a new low of 37% last week, schwarzenegger on tuesday tweeted out a video with his thoughts on the matter:oh, donald. the ratings are in, and you got swamped. wow. now you're in the 30s? but what do you expect? when you take away after-school programs for children, meals on wheels for the poor people, that's not what you call making america great again. c'mon! i mean, who is advising you? schwarzenegger then offered some advice: go visit hart middle school in washington, d.c., to s






arnold schwarzenegger knocks trump's approval rating


arnold schwarzenegger speaks on stage prior to the arnold family walk as part of the 2017 arnold classic on march 19, 2017 in melbourne, australia. (photo: robert cianflone, getty images)the arnold schwarzenegger-donald trump feud continues.after a gallup poll found that president trump's approval rating had hit a new low of 37% last week, schwarzenegger on tuesday tweeted out a video with his thoughts on the matter:oh, donald. the ratings are in, and you got swamped. wow. now you're in the 30s? but what do you expect? when you take away after-school programs for children, meals on wheels for the poor people, that's not what you call making america great again. c'mon! i mean, who is advising you? schwarzenegger then offered some advice: go visit hart middle school in washington, d.c., to s






female officers in high demand at st. paul police department


allison rogers knew she wanted to be a police officer, but others had their concerns: did she consider teaching instead? had she seen the most recent news articles about officers who were killed in the line of duty?so rogers pursued a degree in corrections instead.“i had a lot of people telling me i wouldn’t want to be in the profession,” said rogers. “more out of fear than that it wasn’t a noble profession. i’m a pretty small … i’m 5-foot-1. with my boots, i’m 5-3.”in her second year at minnesota state university, mankato, she gained the confidence to switch tracks to law enforcement after speaking with an officer from her hometown of waseca, minn., where she served as a police reserve. on a recent urday morning, rogers, 23, was among 88 people who packed an informational meeting at the n