When Trump first took office, his net approval rating in Louisiana was 59 to 28 percent approval. In January 2019, the positive differential dropped to 54% to 41% or 13 net approval. Today, the Morning Consult claims he now has a 57% to 39% net plus. In short, since taking office in January 2017, President Trump’s positive has gone down two percent and his negative has gone up 11 percent, making up the 13% difference.
Nationally, his re-election is favored by older rural votes.
Morning Consult claims that Trump is most Popular in Alabama, Least Popular in Vermont.
Here are the states President Trump is the most and least popular in terms of net approval.
• Alabama (+26)
• Wyoming (+26)
• West Virginia (+22)
• Vermont (-33)
• California (-30)
• Massachusetts (-30)
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