26 May, 2017
Six in 10 NY voters, including those upstate where Republican President Donald Trump was once popular, now have an unfavorable view of him and 71 percent rate his job performance as poor or fair, according to a poll released Thursday.
"The polling on Comey shows that President Trump is more in trouble for the way he fired Comey rather than for removing him", Mark Penn, co-director of the Harvard-Harris survey, told the news outlet. The poll has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters.
Further, even in the Rasmussen poll - which by far is more favorable to Trump than any other - a majority of Americans disapprove of his job performance.
NY has twice as many enrolled Democrats than Republicans. The president's approval rating had steadily declined since February, when 48 percent of respondents gave him positive marks.
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According to a Quinnipiac University national survey released Wednesday, 54 percent of American voters believe Trump has abused the powers of his office, including almost nine in 10 Democrats, half of independents and 12 percent of Republicans.
Regardless of how they view the media's job, most voters are checking the news often: Seventy percent said they're checking the national news at least once or twice a day. By a margin of 68 percent to 30 percent, voters believe federal officials should conduct a thorough inquiry into Russian meddling, while 60 percent opposed the firing of FBI Director James Comey.
Also, 61 percent of NY voters said the country is headed in the wrong direction.
On the subject of healthcare, the survey found that 40 percent of voters were in favor of replacing Obamacare with the AHCA while 54 percent were against it. 53 percent of respondents said that Obamacare had been good for the country while 39 percent believed it had been harmful.