CNBC survey shows strong support for plans to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure, cut individual taxes and renegotiate trade deals. But Americans weren’t so fond of Trump’s plans on climate change, immigration, and a replacement plan on Obamacare.
All-America Survey shows President Donald Trump‘s economic agenda polling well — until he actually acts on it.
The survey of 804 Americans, conducted April 3-6, before the Syrian airstrikes, shows strong support for his plans to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure, cut individual taxes and renegotiate trade deals. But the poll, with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points, shows majorities disapprove of his agenda in places where he’s actually taken action: climate change, the immigration ban, and repealing and replacing Obamacare.
“Things [poll] a lot better before he touches it,” said Micah Roberts, the Republican pollster on the survey with Public Opinion Strategies. Jay Campbell from Hart Research served as the Democratic pollster.
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