This is reportedly the first time that President Trump's overall approval rating reached the 50% mark since April this year.
Gov. Greg Abbott remains the highest rated of the state's high officials, with 45 percent of voters saying they approve his job performance and 38 saying they disapprove. Harry Enten, from the data-driven website FiveThirtyEight, referenced "The Simpsons" when touching on the hypothetical reaction from the Trump aide who delivered the poll to the president.
Because Trump was not the Texas favorite in the Republican presidential primary contest - Sen. "If anyone has had a rough launch, it's Donald Trump", said Jim Henson, co-director of the poll and head of the Texas Politics Project at the University of Texas at Austin.
"One might think Texas would be the canary in the coal mine".
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"Sound of the atom splitting. coming from Rasmussen, most accurate poll of '16", Drudge said in a rare tweet Friday. The survey's margin of error is 4.1 percentage points. Things may have only gotten worse since then: Just two months ago, 61% of Democrats still believed that Trump did not win the election fairly last November.
The questions about Trump and Russian Federation seems to be coloring Texans' views of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and of Russian Federation along partisan lines. Among the Republicans who have an unfavorable view of Russian Federation, 20 percent have a very unfavorable view, compared to 53 percent of Democrats whose views are very unfavorable - a remarkable reversal of the attitudes toward Russian Federation expressed in American politics in the post-World War II era.
Most Texans take a dim view of Russian Federation - with only 11 percent holding a favorable view - but there is a partisan divide.
Satisfaction among all surveyed is at 24 percent, down 7 points.
A new poll shows more than half of Americans believe a climate full of political anger is what led a gunman to open fire on Republican congressmen as they practiced for a charity baseball event this week.
Where 39 percent of voters have favorable views of the Affordable Care Act, only 20 percent have similar views of the American Health Care Act, which passed the House in May. That contention aligns with the views of Republican voters in Texas.