By Jennifer De Pinto, Fred Backus, Kabir Khanna and Anthony Salvanto
President Donald Trump’s approval rating is unchanged from June and remains at 36 percent, while favorable to heights not seen in more than fifteen years. The president does get better marks on his handling of the economy than for other issues, but his overall approval remains where it is partly because Americans say they’re evaluating him more on culture and values than on how they’re faring financially, and partly because his ratings for other domestic issues are negative.
It is only those who are very confident about their own personal financial situation who give the president approving marks overall, and only half of Americans say the stock market’s performance matters to them, personally, even as it reaches new highs.
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