President Donald Trump‘s approval score rose from October to November although cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. have seen a boost in frequency, according to information from the Harvard-Harris poll.
Current data reveals an overall of 12,589,229 favorable cases of the coronavirus in the U.S. with 259,880 deaths attributable to the virus, according to Johns Hopkins University. Critics have actually indicated the Trump administration’s perceived failure to contain COVID-19 In spite of the high variety of cases, polling information reveals that Americans believe Trump is doing an acceptable task as president.
In November, 51 percent of the participants to the Harvard-Harris survey stated they approved of Trump’s over job efficiency as president. Out of those polled, 49 percent disapproved. By contrast, when the same question was asked by the same polling group in October, 46 percent of those asked approved of Trump’s performance while 46 percent disapproved.
How Americans see Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic has actually likewise enhanced. Prior to the presidential election in October, 41 percent of those polled suggested they either “somewhat” or “highly” approved of Trump’s coronavirus reaction. In November, 45 percent approved of Trump’s pandemic plan.