“The number of Americans who are “satisfied” with the direction the United States is heading reached a 12-year high over the weekend; further signaling a healthy US recovery under President Trump and the GOP-controlled Congress,” reports Hannity.com.
“Satisfaction rises among Republicans and independents, not Democrats.”
A new Gallup poll released on June 18th revealed that 38% of American’s surveyed believe the country is moving in the right direction, the highest score recorded since September 2005.
“Thirty-eight percent of Americans are satisfied with the way things are going in the United States today, similar to last month’s 37% satisfaction rate but marking the numerical high since a 39% reading in September 2005,” Gallop reported.
“Satisfaction with the nation is now back to the historical average of 37% for this trend, which was first measured in 1979, but is far below the majority levels reached in the economic boom times of the mid-1980s and late 1990s,” adds the survey.
The new data reflects the effect of the recently passed GOP tax cuts on the middle and lower class as the country heads into the 2018 midterm elections; raising doubts about the mainstream media’s prediction of a “blue wave” sweeping the country in November.
Full survey here.