Trump’s Polls Just Hit Record High & Even Millennials Are Loving Him

Aside from enduring more than two years of unnecessary scrutiny and constant attacks from Democrats and the mainstream media, one of the greatest PR gifts President Donald Trump has received is the Mueller report.
Not only is Trump scoring record-high overall ratings (higher than former President Barack Obama at the same period during his presidency), he’s also gaining traction with a group that’s sending chills down every Democratic candidate’s spine: millennials.
According to a recent Zogby poll, President Trump is sitting pretty with a job approval rating of 51 percent, which is the highest he has seen during his time in the Oval Office. That number beats President Obama’s rating, at the same time in his presidency, by a whopping 3 percent.
A stunning 51 percent of millennials aged 18-29 — who were a serious contributing factor in both of Obama’s election wins — approve of the president. That number climbs significantly with higher age brackets. Voters aged 25-34 come in at 53 percent approval and those aged 35-54 register at an impressive 59 percent.
That kind of poll love from American voters is nothing short of encouraging, especially as the 2020 campaign season nears. If this isn’t an eye-opener for Democrats and the #NeverTrump crowd, I don’t know what is.
Zogby credited the positive bump to several contributing factors, including the release of the long-awaited Mueller report.
“President Trump’s job approval rating has seen a post Mueller report boost! We called it a few weeks ago. But that’s not the complete story as to why the president has reached a peak in his job approval rating. Trump is also riding high on positive economic news-a record high stock market, low unemployment, and solid GDP growth at home,” Zogby wrote.
Zogby also elaborated on some of the more interesting demographics that should also give Trump an edge. “One of the demographics to give Trump a very good job performance rating were self-identified social networkers (59% approve/40% disapprove-people who engage with social media) … The president also made strides with college educated voters (55% approve/45% disapprove), and saw support increase slightly with non-college educated voters (47% approve/50% disapprove).”
One more not-so-surprising demographic that gave the president high marks is rural America, with a solid 60 percent approval rating. It’s no secret that rural America loves Trump — and what’s better is that he returns the love during his rallies in America’s heartland.
Make no mistake: Many Democrats are as nervous as a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs after seeing this kind of data emerge. Not only do they have a ridiculously crowded field of candidates, at some point in the near future, those who emerge as leaders of the pack will have to turn against one another and carve out their respective bases.
There’s no telling who the remainder of millennials will back.
Even with these tremendous numbers, it doesn’t mean the Trump campaign team — or any Republicans up for election for that matter — can sit back and crack open a cold one.
Sure, poll results like this pump up Trump’s base and inspire great confidence, but it’ll undoubtedly cause the left to go into overdrive and fight harder than before. They’re definitely not ready to lose again.
The last thing liberals want is to witness another four years of Trump in office, so there’s no telling how low they’ll stoop to prevent that from happening. The Mueller investigation was a bust, along with everything else they’ve tried, but that doesn’t mean their sleeves aren’t stuffed full with dirty tricks.
Millennials used to be an easy get for Democratic candidates, but according to these polling numbers, it certainly appears as if the tables have turned.
As long as President Trump continues on the path of success he’s on now, there’s a good chance he won’t be moving out of the White House in January 2021.
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