#1 Latino Job Approval of Trump SURGES in Midst of Govt Shutdown Over Border Wall Funding by ThirstyMan 19.01.2019 18:24


By Team Bongino, January 18, 2019

Latino job approval of President Trump has increased by 20 percent since early December–a noteworthy jump considering the current government shutdown over funding for a wall on the southern border.

A new PBS Newshour, NPR and Marist poll finds that 51 percent of Latino adults “strongly approve” or “approve” of the job President Trump is doing–up from 31 percent in December.

The poll was taken from January 10-13, 2019 and asked “Do you approve or disapprove of the job Donald Trump is doing as president? [And, would you say you strongly approve/disapprove of the job he is doing or just approve/disapprove?]”

Twenty-nine percent of Latinos responded “strongly approve,” with another 22 percent who “approve.” The combined number puts his approval at 51 percent. Nearly half, 41 percent, “strongly disapprove.”

In December, 31 percent of Latinos approved and 64 percent disapproved. In the meantime, the battle over border security and the ongoing government shutdown continues in Washington D.C.

Donald J. Trump ✔ @realDonaldTrump

There are now 77 major or significant Walls built around the world, with 45 countries planning or building Walls. Over 800 miles of Walls have been built in Europe since only 2015. They have all been recognized as close to 100% successful. Stop the crime at our Southern Border!

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