New Poll Finds Even Democrats Give Trump Credit Over Obama For Improvements In Economy

Trump always said he would be a great president for the economy and so far he has been right. Some Democrat politicians and liberals in media have tried desperately to credit Obama for improvements to the economy under Trump but the American people know better. Even Democrats.

The Washington Free Beacon has the details:

Poll: Plurality of Democrats Credit Trump, Not Obama, for State of Economy

A plurality of Democrats believe President Donald Trump deserves credit for the current state of the economy, rather than former President Barack Obama, according to a new poll.

The Quinnipiac University poll, released on Wednesday, found that 46 percent of Democrats believe Trump is more responsible for the current state of the U.S. economy, compared to 43 percent who believe Obama deserves credit. The results also showed that a majority of Republicans, 67 percent, and nearly half of Independents, 49 percent, agree.

Overall, 54 percent of respondents said Trump is more responsible for the state of the economy, while 34 percent said Obama is more responsible.

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The poll’s results come as the nation has witnessed extensive job growth since Trump took office last year. In February alone, the economy added 313,000 new jobs—the strongest showing since July 2016. The nation’s unemployment rate has remained stable at 4.1 percent, a 17-year low.

The media might be the hardest hit by this development. They don’t want it to be true.


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