New Poll Shows Americans Do Not Want Trump To Remain In Office IN 2020……

We’ve been saying it’s  time for Trump to move out, move on, and let the country regain the opportunity to repair the damage Trump has wrought both at home and globally in 2020. Apparently a broad majority of Americans agree with us. Although personally I strongly support impeachment.

A new poll finds that a strong majority of voters believes that President Trump does not deserve a second term in office.

A Monmouth University survey released Wednesday found that only 37 percent of voters believe Trump should be reelected, while 60 percent said they think it’s time to have someone new in the White House.

That’s the highest percentage of voters saying they’re eager for change since Monmouth first began asking the question in November. The numbers come weeks ahead of Trump’s expected official launch for his 2020 reelection campaign.

Trump’s approval rating is at 40 percent positive and 52 percent negative. That’s at the low end of his approval ratings for the past 12 months, during which time his positive rating has been from 40 to 44 percent and his negative rating has ranged from 46 to 54 percent.

The president’s approval rating remains high among Republicans, at 86 percent positive. Thirty-seven percent of independents have a favorable view of Trump, compared to 50 percent who view him unfavorably.

The poll also found deep pessimism about the direction of the country, with 29 percent of respondents saying the U.S. is on the right track and 63 percent saying it is headed in the wrong direction.

espite the desire to elect Trump’s replacement in 2020, a majority of voters, 56 percent, say Trump should not be impeached and compelled to leave office, while 39 percent support impeachment and removal.

“A majority want someone else in the Oval Office, but are willing to wait until the next election,” said Monmouth University pollster Patrick Murray.


America now recognizes it made a big mistake electing The Donald to the presidency, a fully unqualified individual for the Office of the Presidency. Washington as well as the entire country is dying for a breath of fresh air and honesty. Both things Trump has destroyed since his first day in office in January 2017.

Uncle Joe Off To A Good Early Sart……

a close up of text on a white background: Biden leads Trump by 6 points in first post-announcement poll

Off to a good start. Not that this is surprising.  So, if 16 of the now 20 announced democratic candidates realize they are really lightweights with no chance of getting the nomination and drop out it will be a very good thing. The last thing the democrats need is a dog and pony show with the party eating its own. Job one is to thoroughly discredit Trump and bury him in a landslide come November 2020.

If Trump keeps being Trump and Biden can remain gaffe free and focused on an agenda the majority of American’s can relate to and support he may just be the nominee.

SOURCE with full article and graphic charts.

How Trump Is Viewed On The World Stage…

As much as Donald J. Trump would like everyone to believe he is an admired and respected man at home and across the globe,  the reality is he is not. A minority of Americans, 36%-40% approve of Trump’s performance and support him. Only Israel at 56% and Russia at 53% have confidence in Trump.  A  recent Pew Research Center survey that spanned 37 nations reports that a median of a mere 22% believe Trump will do the right thing when it comes to international affairs. This stands in stark contrast to the 64% who had confidence during President Obama’s final years in office.

Although he has only been in office a few months, Donald Trump’s presidency has had a major impact on how the world sees the United States. Trump and many of his key policies are broadly unpopular around the globe, and ratings for the U.S. have declined steeply in many nations. According to a new Pew Research Center survey spanning 37 nations, a median of just 22% has confidence in Trump to do the right thing when it comes to international affairs. This stands in contrast to the final years of Barack Obama’s presidency, when a median of 64% expressed confidence in Trump’s predecessor to direct America’s role in the world.

The sharp decline in how much global publics trust the U.S. president on the world stage is especially pronounced among some of America’s closest allies in Europe and Asia, as well as neighboring Mexico and Canada. Across the 37 nations polled, Trump gets higher marks than Obama in only two countries: Russia and Israel.

In countries where confidence in the U.S. president fell most, America’s overall image has also tended to suffer more. In the closing years of the Obama presidency, a median of 64% had a positive view of the U.S. Today, just 49% are favorably inclined toward America. Again, some of the steepest declines in U.S. image are found among long-standing allies.

Full suevey with graphs BELOW THE FOLD.