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1 / 4 1 / 04 / 2017 The Washington Post/ABC News Poll conducted from June 27 to July 1, 2017 among a random national sample of 1,000 adults, including 463 Republican and Republican-leaning registered voters.
Key Findings: More than 6 in 10 Republicans and Republican leaners say President Donald Trump is a bad president, with half saying the same of Vice President Mike Pence, while more than 4 in 10 Democrats and Democratic leaners see him as a bad leader.
Only about half of all Democrats and Republican respondents say they trust the Trump administration to make the right decisions on the economy, a significant drop from more than 7 in 10 last month.
Majorities of Democrats and Republicans say that the president’s administration has done an excellent job managing the federal budget.
And majorities of both parties say that their personal finances have improved.
More Republican respondents are optimistic about their personal financial situation, compared with those of Democrats.
The Post/Bloomberg poll was conducted using a sample drawn from interviews with 1,001 adults nationwide who were 18 years old or older and had no party affiliation.
About this survey and the poll methodology:The poll was funded in part by the National Science Foundation.
The survey is part of the Project for Excellence in Journalism.
The full results, including methodology and sample weights, are available at www.postpoll.org/postpoll_results.
You can learn more about the poll, and see how you can take part, at www/polls.
The poll has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.
The Post/CNBC/Marist Poll was conducted by telephone July 1-6, 2017 with a sample of 2,095 adults.
The margin of error is plus or +/- 3.6 percentage points; the error margins are smaller for subgroups.
The total sample includes 1,085 Republicans and Republicans-leaning voters, 1,004 Democrats and Democrats-leaning adults, 1.5 million people who are registered to vote in both parties, and 4,716 people who say they are likely voters.