Despite last week’s crystallization of the 2016 realignment in Virginia, President Trump’s approval ratings do not seem to have taken much of a hit from the Democratic spin operation in the aftermath, rising to a healthy 46% in the latest Rasmussen poll.
The government jobs report for October showed the hurricane-hit U.S. economy rebounding strongly, with the unemployment rate down now to 4.1%, the lowest level since 2000. We’ll tell you at 10:30 how Americans view the job market these days.
Economic confidence remains high. The latest Rasmussen Reports Consumer Spending Update shows that Americans are ready to spend for the holidays.
Interestingly, however, while all these indicators have been rising since Trump’s election, voters are evenly divided over whether the economic boom is due to the new president or his predecessor, Barack Obama.
Find out tomorrow if voters think there will be an economic payoff from Trump’s visit to China.
In short, Trump seems to be insulated from much of the Democratic media spin machine at the moment, and all economic indicators seem to be pointing to higher marks for consumer confidence and a strengthening U.S. economy.