Trump’s approval continues to soar.
A new poll found that 53% of Iowa voters now have a favorable view of Trump.
This is the highest since March 2020, the beginning of the COVID pandemic.
Out of the daily spotlight and openly flirting with another White House bid, former President Donald Trump will return to Iowa on Saturday with better favorability ratings than he ever saw while president.
The latest Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll shows 53% of Iowans now have a favorable view of the former Republican president and 45% have an unfavorable view — his best showing ever on either metric in the Iowa Poll. Another 2% are not sure how they feel about Trump.
The numbers come as Trump begins to reengage with the state that is expected to kick off the 2024 presidential nominating process for Republicans. And they show favorable feelings for him have not waned in his absence.
The same can’t be said for Joe Biden.
A poll out of Iowa found Biden’s approval at 31%.
President Joe Biden’s job approval rating has fallen 12 percentage points since June, our latest Iowa Poll shows. Today he’s at:
7% not sure
— Brianne Pfannenstiel (@brianneDMR) September 21, 2021
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