One poll number showed the Democrats’ attacks on Trump are backfiring big time
Democrats have cycled through one failed attack on President Trump after another.
Their latest line of smears involved calling Trump inhumane for his zero tolerance border policies.
But this one poll number revealed the Democrats made a huge mistake.
President Trump’s approval rating has been trending upward all year largely thanks to his tax cuts which have led to a surging economy.
A recent Harvard/Harris poll showed Trump with a 47% approval rating overall.
Much to the left’s shock, the recent increase in approval is largely due to Hispanics – a key demographic that Democrats think they own.
In a new Harvard/Harris poll released this week exclusively to The Hill, President Trump’s overall approval rating rose to 47 percent, just two points shy of the highest level of his presidency, per that survey. The main driver of his growing popularity now: a stunning 10 percent rise in Trump approval among Hispanics.
That growing support among Latinos would surely surprise many Trump critics in Washington and the legacy media, who remain fixated on border issues. So intense is their hysteria regarding border enforcement that people like former CIA Director Michael Hayden compared our detention policies to the Auschwitz concentration camp in a tweet and MSNBC’s Donny Deutsch proclaimed on “Morning Joe” that ALL Trump voters are essentially Nazis.
Amid that media madness, Main Street America focuses not so much on concocted controversies but on bread-and-butter kitchen table issues like rising wages and soaring confidence among small businesses and consumers.
Democrats have called for open borders policies thinking a flood of illegal immigrants would mean more votes for them.
But traditionally many Hispanics are deeply religious, pro-life, and conservative.
By calling for open borders, Democrats have alienated Hispanics that have immigrated to America legally.
Those that followed the law paid a price to get in this country and hold our Constitutional values in higher regard.
Higher approval ratings from Hispanics for President Trump could spell doom for Democrats in 2018 and 2020.