There are two things no Democrat ever wants to hear…abortion isn’t legal and that President Trump’s approval ratings have gone up…

A new poll indicates that President Trump has his best approval rating in seven months.

This isn’t the only good news. More Americans also credit Trump with the state of the economy than former president Barack Obama.

According to Quinnipiac University National Poll, President Trump has hit his highest approval ratings in seven months. He currently has an approval rating of 40 percent, a number he hasn’t hit since June 29, 2017.

In a survey conducted February 2 – 5, a total of 70 percent of American voters say the U.S. economy is “excellent” or “good,” the highest rating since Quinnipiac University first asked this question in 2001 and up from 66 percent “excellent” or “good” January 10.

For the first time in a year, voters say 48 – 41 percent that President Trump is more responsible for the state of the economy than former President Barack Obama.

American voters approve 51 – 43 percent of the way Trump is handling the economy, his highest score on this issue since he was inaugurated.

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A total of 75 percent of American voters say their financial situation is “excellent” or “good.”

“The post State of the Union bump kicks in. And an attaboy on the economy doubles the pleasure for President Donald Trump,” said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll. “He’s at 40 percent in his approval rating for the first time in more than seven months, but he’s still nowhere near that magic 50 percent mark.

Additionally, 48 percent of Americans polled credit Trump with the state of the economy, while 41 percent say Obama deserves more credit.

This poll also indicates a high point in approval of the economy under Trump, with 70 percent of respondents saying the economy is “excellent” or “good.”

Unemployment claims in the United States are currently at their lowest number in 45 years. Wages in America also grew in January 2018 at the quickest rate since 2009. –Daily Caller

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