It’s Official! Trump Just Made History With Surprising Record He Set That Obama Could NEVER Do

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It’s Official! Trump Just Made History With Surprising Record He Set That Obama Could NEVER Do

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We know the media lies to us, that’s a given. And we know that they can make things look good when they’re actually bad. Case in point; the losing presidential candidate Clinton 2.0. It’s kind of part of the job when you’re on camera to make things look better, but is there a chance that they’re making things look worse?

I don’t mean a specific person or thing, I mean is there a chance that they’re attempting to influence the actual economy by artificially darkening the landscape for the general population? We know that the mainstream media hates President Trump, but it’s yet to be seen just how much damage they’re willing to do to the rest of America in order to take him down. But by all accounts, it looks to be a pretty high threshold.

Because of the unreliable nature of the reporting system in America, a few of our friends over at Breitbart News decided to check into what the actual number were regarding the public opinion about President Trump and his effect on the country in general and the economy and housing markets specifically. Turns out he’s kinda killing it when it comes to economic growth (and not the kind of killing it that Obama did, either).
Via Breitbart News:

“Would you believe that America is experiencing a new era of good feelings?
While America seems bitterly divided over many political questions, the rising tide of economic good feelings that swept America in the wake of the election of President Donald Trump shows no signs of abating. And there is widespread agreement among Americans that the Trump administration deserves credit for America’s economy.

The latest CNBC “All American Survey” finds that 30 percent of the public are both optimistic about the economy now and for the future, the second quarter in a row that present-future optimism scored so high. That’s the highest reading in the survey’s 10-year history. The previous high of 23 percent was hit in the March 2015 and December 2014 surveys.
Optimism about the future remains very high. Thirty-eight percent say the economy ‘will get better’ in the next year. That’s down from 40 percent in April and 42 percent in December, suggesting some of the post-election optimism is slipping. But it is well above the 25 percent registered in October, prior to the presidential election. It remains higher than any point since December 2009, when America was in the throes of the Great Recession.

Similarly, the post-election surge of positive feelings about the current state of the economy has continued. Prior to the election, just 23 percent of Americans rated the economy ‘good.’ That number rose to 31 percent in the December survey, to 36 percent in the April survey, and held steady at 35 percent in the latest survey. Those post-election numbers are the highest ever recorded in the survey.

Far fewer Americans rate the current state of the economy as ‘poor.’ In the pre-election survey, 30 percent gave the economy a poor rating–a result largely consistent with those throughout the Obama administration. That number fell to 23 percent in December, fell again to 17 percent in April. In the latest results, just 16 percent give the economy a poor rating.

The number of Americans who say the economy will get worse in the next year has grown since the election but is not much higher than it was for almost all of the Obama administration. In the latest survey, 29 percent of Americans were pessimistic about the economy, up from 26 percent in April and 23 percent in December. Just prior to the election, this number had fallen to 20 percent–thanks to a record high number of Americans (23 percent) saying they weren’t sure what the next year held.

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