Trump, a businessman turned reality TV star, entered the White House as the least popular president in at least four decades following a bruising campaign against Democrat Hillary Clinton. His ratings are also underwater on handling foreign policy (58 percent disapprove), immigration (54 percent) the budget deficit (54 percent) and taxes (54 percent).
One-third of Americans say the president has earned himself an F grade as he approaches his 100th day in office, according to a McClatchy-Marist poll published Friday. Seven in 10 disapproved of premium surcharges for people whose coverage lapses.
But 57 percent thought his policies have most favored people who are upper-income, while 26 percent thought they have favored middle-income. Would their own families and average Americans have been better or worse off?
The approval ratings of many presidents through history are linked to the economy, with several including Harry Truman, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama suffering politically for downturns during their first year in the White House, according to a project by the Miller Center at The University of Virginia.
A majority, 55 percent, thinks they pay too much in taxes, down from a record 63 percent in March 2015.
The poll was conducted over five days before and after House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., withdrew the bill ahead of a planned House vote.
It was a mortifying setback for Trump and his party.
Overall, almost one in four Americans, including Democrats and independents, blamed Trump. Clear majorities of them opposed boosting premiums for older people and those who've had gaps in coverage.
Of those, Republicans were also more likely to say that major news sources reported fake news deliberately, rather than by mistake or due to poor fact checking.
Republicans did mostly back the Republican bill's blocking of federal payments to Planned Parenthood. Three-quarters of Republicans, however, say they don't see that as likely.
Rosalind Russell, 71, a retired apartment complex manager from Clifton, Texas, said she was glad to see the attempt to unravel Obama's law.
Trump said on Tuesday he still thinks healthcare reform can happen "very quickly" in Washington, but he did not offer any specifics on how it could get done, or what would be changed from the previous bill. There, Americans split about evenly, with 50 percent approving and 48 percent disapproving of Trump's efforts.
The poll was conducted via telephone with 801 adults in the US from March 2 to March 5, 2017. The results of the survey have a margin of error of +/-3.5 percent.
Interviews were conducted in English and Spanish using live interviewers.
Combining those investments is how we get to the $1.9 billion figure for the company's new investments in MI in 2017. The company was also set to release details on plans to add a new engine line for pickups at the Essex plant.
Many were expecting them to also bring the fight to Mercedes yet the team seems to have regressed compared to past year . Fans should delight in this news, as the season past year was completely dominated by Mercedes.
Apparently, Trump Jr had taken Khan's comments out of context to make a cheap political point. "We will defeat them", she said. British Member of Parliament Wes Streeting was among numerous Britons who responded to the tweet with criticism.
The one-hectare (2.5-acre) Pushkin Square was densely crowded as were sidewalks on the adjacent Tverskaya Street. Organizers have said they hope to hold rallies in 98 cities and towns across Russian Federation .
We're sure Yamaguchi is aware that Tonya Harding injured Nancy Kerrigan's leg in 1994 which caused Kerrigan to miss the U.S. While Yamaguchi's tweet may have been an unfortunate use of words, it didn't stop users from pointing out the tweets irony.
Does President Trump prefer iPhone or Android? He has his personal Twitter account , as well as the official POTUS account . Last night, we finally got an answer of sorts: Donald Trump is, in fact, tweeting from an iPhone.
According to ESPN , the Broncos are no longer actively pursuing a trade for Romo, though they haven't closed the door completely. Conspiracy theorists would believe Elway is saving that money in case a certain QB can be acquired in a trade or free agency.
If there is going to be turnaround in the market it is going to have to come from an effort by OPEC. "This slump is very real". A cut would likely affect China most, as the world's second-largest oil consumer buys close to 90 percent of Oman's exports.
When meeting Netanyahu at the White House in February, Trump called for Israel to "hold back on settlements for a little bit". Emboldened by the election of Trump, Israel has given the go-ahead to the construction of hundreds of new settlement units.
This prank is problematic because it uses resources that are vital for others trying to receive help in real emergency situations. You can ask the iPhone feature, Siri, for the latest weather, directions or news. "I hit cancel right away, but now I'm scared".
Record US Stockpiles Keeping Oil Prices Low
Oil ministers from OPEC and some non-OPEC states meet on Sunday in Kuwait, where they are expected to discuss compliance. USA oil drillers boosted the rig count to 631 last week, the most since September 2015, Baker Hughes data show.