A new poll from Rasmussen has found that Trump’s approval rating has actually gone up since he left office last year.
It’s not just with Republicans, either.
Trump is over 50 percent with Democrats and independents.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Trump approval higher than day he left, 85% in GOP: Poll
Former President Donald Trump’s approval rating has increased since he left office a year ago, and nearly 9 in 10 Republicans now have a favorable view of him.
In dual surveys on Thursday showing Trump’s rise and successor President Joe Biden’s fall, 52% of voters told Rasmussen Reports that they have a favorable impression of the former president. Some 47% don’t.
Among Republicans, 85% have a favorable view, with 63% declaring a “very favorable” opinion. Even 23% of Democrats and 51% of independents agree.
When he left office on Jan. 20, 2021, Trump’s Rasmussen approval rating was 51%. And his GOP approval was 84%, so he has actually increased support.
The survey, like others before it, shows that many Republicans are sticking with Trump despite efforts by legacy media and Democrats to ridicule the 45th president and blame him for the Jan. 6 Capitol riots and dividing the nation.
Trump has hinted strongly that he plans a comeback effort and will run for president in 2024. Biden has said that if Trump follows through, he will run for reelection.
This news is great for Trump and his supporters. Democrats and liberal media types must feel pretty foolish.
52% of voters have a favorable opinion of Trump.
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) January 6, 2022
Trump approval — 52% — higher than day he left, 85% in GOP @Rasmussen_Poll
When he left office on Jan. 20, 2021, Trump’s Rasmussen approval rating was 51%. And his GOP approval was 84%, so he has actually increased support.https://t.co/xYjvgEEV1e
— Paul Bedard (@SecretsBedard) January 6, 2022
The left has tried so hard to make Trump toxic and it just hasn’t worked.