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Latest New York Times Poll Reveals How Readers TRULY Feel About President Trump!

Official portrait of President Donald J. Trump, Friday, October 6, 2017. (Official White House photo by Shealah Craighead)

I never thought I would see this from The New York Times, but anything is possible in the modern world!

A recent New York Times poll found that a larger percentage of voters prefer President Trump’s term in office over Biden’s current time in office.

Trump campaign spokesperson Steven Cheung highlighted the findings of the poll on social media:

“A larger share of voters see Trump’s term as better for the country than the current administration, with 42 percent rating the Trump presidency as mostly good compared with 25 percent who say the same about Biden.

Nearly half say the Biden years have been mostly bad.” Here’s more on the recent New York Times poll:

The New York Times wrote:

While the memories of Mr. Trump’s tumultuous and chaotic administration have not significantly faded, many voters now have a rosier picture of his handling of the economy, immigration and maintaining law and order.

Ahead of the 2020 election, only 39 percent of voters said that the country was better off after Mr. Trump took office.

Now, looking back, nearly half say that he improved things during his time as president.

The latest 2024 election polling data from other outlets and sources corroborates The New York Times’ findings.

Axios reports:

The main reason Biden ticked up in Times/Siena appears to be his improved standing among his 2020 voters — 89% now vs. 83% in February.


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