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Twice as many voters approve as disapprove of President Trump’s decision to meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.


Twice as many voters approve as disapprove of President Trump’s decision to meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. 

A new Fox News Poll shows voters favor the meeting by a wide 63-30 percent margin.

In addition, they expect Trump to come out of the meeting with the better deal (42 percent Trump, 26 percent Kim, and 19 percent neither). Even so, most voters don't think North Korea will ever be convinced to give up its nuclear weapons (76 percent), and they continue to give Trump negative ratings for his handling of North Korea overall (41 percent approve, 49 percent disapprove).


Far more Republicans than Democrats approve of Trump meeting with Kim (84 vs. 44 percent), expect Trump to get the better deal (68 vs. 20 percent), and like the job he’s doing on North Korea (75 vs. 11 percent).

The poll also asked about the president’s performance on other top issues.

Republicans passed a new federal tax law last December, and the new poll marks the first time Trump receives a positive job rating on taxes: 48 percent approve and 46 percent disapprove. In October, it was 37-51 percent. 

The president’s best issue is the economy, as a 51 percent majority approves of the job he’s doing, while 44 percent disapprove. 


He receives net negative ratings for his handling of international trade (42-49 percent), North Korea (41-49 percent), immigration (41-55 percent), guns (40-54 percent), and the opioid epidemic (33-46 percent). 

On Trump’s performance overall, 45 percent of voters approve and 52 percent disapprove. In February, it was 43-53 percent. The president’s highest approval was 48 percent in February 2017, right after taking office (47 percent disapproved).

SOURCE: FOXNEWS

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