While the Democrats running in 2020 are talking about wasting trillions on fighting climate change, Trump continues to deliver on the economy.
Private payrolls were not expected to make a gain this large, but they did.
Private payrolls surge by 275,000 in April, blowing past estimates in biggest gain since July
The U.S. economy added far more jobs than expected in April as payrolls in the services sector grew by the most in more than two years, according to data released Wednesday by ADP and Moody’s Analytics.
Private payrolls grew by 275,000 last month, the biggest increase since July, when they expanded by 284,000. Economists polled by Dow Jones expected private payrolls growth of 177,000.
Services-providing jobs increased by 223,000 in April, led by a gain of 59,000 positions in professional and business services. Education and health services companies added 54,000 jobs while employment within the leisure and hospitality industry expanded by 53,000.
Goods-producing jobs — which include construction, manufacturing and mining — rose by 52,000, led by a 49,000 payrolls increase in construction. The economy added just 5,000 manufacturing jobs while mining employment declined by 2,000.
This might help explain why Trump is moving up in polls, even CNN’s poll.
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The Hill reported:
Trump approval highest in two years in CNN poll
President Trump’s approval rating stands at its highest level in two years, according to a CNN poll released on Wednesday.
Trump’s 43 percent approval rating is the highest since a CNN poll conducted in April 2017 around the 100-day mark of his presidency. His disapproval rating stands at 52 percent in the new survey.
The president’s job approval rating now includes roughly half — 46 percent — of all independents and 86 percent of Republicans. Only 5 percent of Democrats gave Trump a favorable performance review.
In addition, 59 percent of respondents said they do not feel that Trump should be impeached and removed from office, compared to 37 percent who said he should be ousted.
Is it any wonder why the Democrats would rather keep talking about Russia?
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