Published: Fri, May 26, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Siena Poll: Trump Deeply Unpopular in NY

Siena Poll: Trump Deeply Unpopular in NY

A 47-34 percent of voters believe Trump has tried to hinder the investigation and a 63-22 percent plurality approve of Mueller's appointment.

Moreover, 44 percent of voters said they were less likely to vote for a candidate for Senator or House of Representatives if they supported the AHCA.

But Greenberg says it's still too early to read any election consequences into the numbers.

More than half, or 55 percent, of voters further said they believe Trump dismissed Comey in an attempt to disrupt the FBI investigation into possible coordination between the Republican's campaign and Russian government officials.

About two-thirds of Americans, 63 percent, approved of the appointment of a special counsel to take over the Russian Federation probe, a new poll shows, though only 38 percent have an appetite for impeaching President Trump.

20 percent said they were more likely to vote for a candidate if they supported the AHCA.

Trump Tells NATO Countries To Pay More
Canada will continue as usual when it comes to sharing intelligence with allies, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says, even as U.S. And NATO's secretary general announced two points on the meeting's agenda that many interpret as nods to Trump.

Despite the uptick, Trump still faces questions about his decision to fire Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) director James Comey.

Vice President Mike Pence, who had always enjoyed a higher favorability, has also sunk to his lowest approval rating since assuming office.

The poll conducted from Sunday through Tuesday indicated that 39 percent of US Adults approve of Trump and his administration's performance, a slight but statistically insignificant jump from 38 percent approval prior to the trip.

It looks like Americans are not big fans of Republicans' new health care plan. And indeed, according to FiveThirtyEight which aggregates approval rating polls, the Rasmussen number is now the largest outlier, rating Trump at least two points higher than every other poll.

The White House shot back at the results released by the CBO.

And in a Gallup poll from April, 64 percent of respondents said the mass media favor Democrats while only 22 percent said reporters favor Republicans.

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