Majority of Americans don't think Trump is keeping his promises

Majority of Americans don't think Trump is keeping his promises

A growing majority of Americans no longer believe President Donald Trump can keep his promises, a new poll by Gallup revealed.

And while the overall approval ratings are ticking up, another Gallup poll shows Americans are still concerned about Trump. "It's become evident it's harder for him to keep his promises than he thought it would be".

Meanwhile, his opponents argue he has not protected middle- and working-class Americans. Just 38 percent expressed little or no faith in the new president.

Trending: Why Are Most Republicans Backing Single-Payer Health Care? "While still more than half, that number is also down from February, when 59 percent viewed Trump as a ‶strong and decisive leader", a downward slide of 7 percent.

President Trump had worked tirelessly to try and bring Freedom Caucus members on board.

In the Gallup poll, just 45 percent said they trusted Trump to fulfill the pledges he made during the campaign, down from 62 percent in February.

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The poll did not directly refer to Trump's airstrike on Syria in response to a chemical attack on civilians that killed more than 100 people.

The Freedom Caucus said the bill was too similar to the Affordable Care Act.

The White House has questioned whether pollsters are accurately measuring Trump's popularity, according to Politico. Forty-eight percent said the same about lower-income people.

At the outset of his presidency, a majority of the public did give Trump credit, however, for keeping his promises and for being a president who could bring about needed changes.

That attribute - a leadership style that's "strong and decisive" - was said to be extremely important to voters in at least one poll after the last election.

After weeks of witnessing low approval ratings, President Donald Trump had reason to cheer Monday after Rasmussen Reports claimed that Trump's approval rating is at 50 percent.

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According to a Pew Research study, only 29% of Americans approve of Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.

Thanks to military strikes and aggressive posturing, President Trump's approval rating is finally on the rise.

More men (51 percent) than women (40 percent) said he keeps his promises.

That included nearly two-thirds of moderate Republicans, 66 percent.

"In some ways, you could argue that if rank and file Republicans are less positive about Trump, then Republican representatives may feel less likely to support him", Newport said.

In February, Gallup found that 65% of women believed Donald Trump keeps his promises.

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