Twice in the last fourteen days, college surveys have shown results in national surveys that found the majority of residents of the U.S specifically say their overall well-being is thriving under the current administration and did not feel as empowered under former President Obama.
Emerson College ran the latest poll, which revealed results Monday showing that 42 percent feel better off, as opposed to 26 percent perceive they are worse off. Around 30 percent reported no change in their incomes or living conditions since 2016.
The Washington Examiner reports
The mid-year Emerson College ePoll also found that Trump’s job approval rating has increased to 43 percent and it gave credit to the financial confidence people are feeling.
“The financial situation of voters could be a major reason for the improvement in Trump’s approval rating. When asked if they (voters) were better or worse off financially than they were two years ago 42 percent responded better off, while 26 percent said worse off. Males appear to be doing better in a Trump economy than females: 49 percent of males reported doing better, while 21 percent said they were doing worse
Financial responsibility, as well as freedom, has long since been a talking point among Republicans both in and out of the White House and under Trump, it appears that Millennials who believed in Trump’s dream, finally have a president who puts his money where his mouth is.