President Trump Says He Has Higher Approval Ratings Than Obama. Totally FALSE


President Donald Trump has launched out series of tweets that is  a poll that showed him with a 50% approval rating. Trump has said that he was higher than Barack Obama.


However, it is totally false.


The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking poll showed Trump with a 50% approval rating on Friday, June 16. This is the first time Trump had reached this high of an approval rating since April, the pollsters noted.


ON  June 16, 2009, Obama had a 56% approval rating under the same poll. And on June 18, 2009, Obama had a 55% approval rating.

Other polls show Trump with much lower approval ratings than all of his predecessors, not just Barack Obama.

As of June 13, the Gallup daily tracking poll showed that just 36% approve of the job Trump is doing as President, while 60% disapprove. The poll provides daily approval ratings dating back to Harry Truman, and Trump is the only President to hit a 60% disapproval rating within the first four-and-a-half months of his presidency.

On Sunday, Trump also called Rasmussen “one of the most accurate polls” of the 2016 election, but they inaccurately predicted a Clinton electoral college victory — as many polls did.


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