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Six Months In, Trump Is Historically Unpopular | FiveThirtyEight

FiveThirtyEight has long been one of my favorite sources for analysis of the news. It seems fair and accurate. I like their statistical bend since, if done correctly, statistics can tell us a lot about current events.

I hope as many of my readers do that the Ol’ Pussy Grabber and the Repubes will have to pay for his historic lack of popularity. You might say that he has a negative charisma.

Six Months In, Trump Is Historically Unpopular

On Thursday, President Trump will officially have been in office for six months, and his term so far has included a few victories (the nomination and confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court), plenty of frustrations (court battles over his travel ban, delays in efforts to overhaul health care) and lots of controversy (accusations that members of his campaign colluded with Russia to interfere with the 2016 election). Put all those wins and losses together, and it adds up to this: Barring a sudden turnaround this week, Trump will conclude his first six months in office as the most unpopular president, at that point in his first term, since modern polling began.

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