Quinnipiac Poll: Trump is intelligent but not level headed

Quinnipiac Poll: Trump is intelligent but not level headed

Regarding the nation's economy, 66 percent of respondents say it is "excellent" or "good", up from 63 percent last month.

Despite this, Trump tweeted out portions of the poll on Thursday.

The poll was conducted between January 5 and January 9 and asked just over 1,100 voters how they would sum up the state of the economy.

President Donald Trump's approval ratings in Georgia are in decline, a poll released Friday by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows.

The Quinnipiac University Poll conducts nationwide public opinion surveys, and statewide polls in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, Ohio, Virginia, Iowa and Colorado as a public service and for research.

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Another 33 percent said the economy is "not so good" or "poor".

Results from the poll also revealed that 37 per cent of voters feel Trump's policies were helping the economy, compared to the 29 per cent that said his policies were hurting the economy. Poll takers called people at both landline and mobile phone numbers.

In terms of grading, the poll found that the largest portion of respondents, 39 percent, give Trump an "F" for this first year in office, while 17 percent give him a "D", 16 percent give him a "A", 16 percent give him a "B" and 11 percent give him a "C". While almost 70 per cent of voters feel Trump is not "level headed", 53 per cent feel the president is "intelligent" compared to the 44 per cent who said he's not "intelligent" and the 28 per cent who said he's "level headed".

Voters were also asked to describe the first year of the president in open-ended questions and 25 words were negative in nature.

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