The latest POLITICO/Morning Consult survey shows more than the 43 percent disapprove of the job Trump is doing as president. Although 52 percent of voters do approve of Trump’s job performance, other polls show more disapprove than approve of the job Trump is doing.
Nearly half of voters support the new Republican health care bill, but the elements they like best are holdovers from the Affordable Care Act. 46 percent of voters approve of the GOP health care proposal, and more than the 35 percent who disapprove. Nineteen percent of voters say they don’t have an opinion of the bill.
As for which party in Congress they trust more to handle the issue, Americans are essentially tied: Forty-three percent of voters say they trust Republicans, while 39 percent trust Democrats.
Half of voters support eliminating the individual mandate, which requires adults to have health insurance or pay a fine. But voters overwhelmingly oppose the GOP replacement — requiring adults to pay a 30-percent penalty if they return to the insurance market if their coverage lapses — with only 18 percent wanting that in the bill.