Reported by Zolby Analytics Feb 6, 2017:
Analysis–Zogby Analytics conducted an online nationwide survey of 860 likely voters from February 2-4, 2017. Based on a confidence interval of 95%, the margin of error for 860 is +/- 3.3 percentage points. Overall, a plurality (48%) of voters approve (strongly–28% and somewhat-19% combined) of Donald Trump’s job as president, while less (43%) disapprove. This is a five point jump since our last poll in January. A majority (55%) of men approve of Trump’s job as president and half of women disapprove of Trump’s job as commander in chief. President Trump is also getting major support from Republicans; an overwhelming majority (83%) of the GOP voters approve of Trump’s job, while 43% of Independents voters also approve. A majority of younger voters (18-29 years old) disapprove (53%), while 40% of younger voters approve of Trump’s job as president.
Older voters-50-64 year olds and voters 65+ are more likely to approve of President Trump, 51% and 56% respectively. President Trump also receives high marks from voters in the Central/Great Lakes region (51%), voters earning $100k or more annually (52%), voters in small cities (56%) and rural areas (54%), union members (55%), NASCAR fans (60%), weekly Walmart shoppers (55%) and homeowners (55%). Voters who are worse off financially and who have lost a job due to corporate downsizing also approved of President Trump’s job to date.
*From a recent report from Zolby Analytics. Full report can be viewed HERE
Seperate report from Zolby, Feb 3, 2017:
Analysis–Zogby Analytics conducted an online nationwide survey of 301 business decision makers with 100 or more employees on 2/2/2017. Based on a confidence interval of 95%, the margin of error for 301 is +/- 5.7 percentage points. Overall, a plurality (48%) of business leaders disapprove (strongly and somewhat combined) of Donald Trump’s job as president so far, while slightly less (44%) approve. At the moment only a third think the country is on the right track and 45% think it’s going in the wrong direction.