Opinion polling on the Donald Trump administration

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Opinion polling on the Donald Trump administration has been regularly taken by universities, media outlets, and survey companies since the start of the Donald Trump presidency. Public sentiment on a number of Donald Trump's key actions and proposals has also been tracked.

Such polls have revealed Trump to be the least popular US president in modern history as of the first few months of the term.[1][2][3][4] However, polls also reveal that he is the most popular US president in modern history among Republican voters, gathering larger approval rating than George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush and Ronald Reagan in their first months.[5] In his first month, Donald Trump has an approval rating among Republican voters of 84%, compared to 82%, 82% and 78% in the first months of Bush Jr., Bush Sr. and Reagan respectively in the same demographic. This is dramatically negated by his approval ratings among Democrat voters, where he has 8% approval rating, compared to 30%, 46% and 39% for Bush Jr., Bush Sr. and Reagan respectively.

Job approval ratings[edit | edit source]

2017[edit | edit source]

May[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Approve Disapprove Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) May 6-9, 2017 41% 51% 8% 1,500 online [6]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University May 4-9, 2017 36% 58% 6% 1,078 telephone [7]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult (for Politico) May 4-6, 2017 44% 48% 7% 1,996 online [8]
United States United States All adults Investor's Business Daily/TIPP April 28 - May 4, 2017 39% 54% 1% 904 telephone [9]
New Hampshire New Hampshire All adults University of New Hampshire April 24 - May 4, 2017 43% 47% 9% 518 telephone [10]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) April 29 - May 2, 2017 43% 47% 11% 1,500 online [11]
United States United States All adults Ipsos (for Reuters) April 28 - May 2, 2017 44% 51% 5% 2,214 online [12]
New Jersey New Jersey Registered voters Quinnipiac University April 26 - May 1, 2017 35% 56% 9% 1,209 telephone [13]

  majority approve   plurality approve   majority disapprove   plurality disapprove

April[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Approve Disapprove Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult (for Politico) April 27-30, 2017 48% 45% 7% 1,998 online [14]
Minnesota Minnesota Registered voters Star Tribune/Mason-Dixon Polling & Research Inc. April 24-26, 2017 40% 51% 9% 800 telephone [15]
United States United States Registered voters Fox News April 23-25, 2017 45% 48% 7% 1,009 telephone [16]
United States United States All adults CNN/ORC April 22-25, 2017 44% 54% 2% 1,009 telephone [17]
United States United States All adults CBS News April 21-24, 2017 41% 53% 6% 1,214 telephone [18]
United States United States All adults Kaiser Family Foundation/Princeton Survey Research Associates International April 17-23, 2017 45% 50% 3% 1,171 telephone [19]
United States United States All adults NBC News/The Wall Street Journal April 17–20, 2017 40% 54% 6% 900 telephone [20]
United States United States All adults ABC News/The Washington Post April 17–20, 2017 42% 53% 5% 1,004 telephone [21]
United States United States All adults American Research Group April 17–20, 2017 39% 56% 5% 1,100 telephone [22]
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling April 17–18, 2017 43% 50% 7% 648 telephone and online [23]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Huffington Post) April 17–18, 2017 41% 48% 11% 1,000 online [24]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University April 12–18, 2017 40% 56% 4% 1,062 telephone [25]
United States United States All adults Ipsos (for Reuters) April 13–17, 2017 43% 52% 4% 1,843 online [26]
United States United States Registered voters Marist College April 11–12, 2017 39% 49% 12% 869 telephone [27]
United States United States All adults Pew Research Center April 5–11, 2017 39% 54% 6% 1,501 telephone [28]
United States United States All adults CBS News April 7–9, 2017 43% 49% 8% 1,006 telephone [29]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult (for Politico) April 6–9, 2017 48% 47% 5% 1,988 online [30]
United States United States All adults Gallup April 4–6, 2017 40% 54% --- 1,500 telephone [31]
Texas Texas All adults Texas Lyceum April 3-9, 2017 42% 54% 2% 1,000 telephone [32]
United States United States All adults CNBC April 3–6, 2017 39% 48% 13% 804 telephone [33]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) April 2–4, 2017 40% 48% 11% 1,500 online [34]
United States United States All adults Ipsos (for Reuters) March 31 - April 4, 2017 46% 50% 4% 2,149 online [35]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 30 - April 3, 2017 35% 57% 8% 1,171 telephone [36]
United States United States All adults Kaiser Family Foundation/Princeton Survey Research Associates International March 28 - April 3, 2017 41% 55% 3% 1,203 telephone [37]

  majority approve   plurality approve   majority disapprove   plurality disapprove

March[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Approve Disapprove Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
North Carolina North Carolina All adults High Point University March 25–30, 2017 36% 54% 10% 416 telephone [38]
United States United States All adults Investor's Business Daily March 24–30, 2017 34% 56% 1% 904 telephone [39]
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling March 27–28, 2017 40% 53% 7% 677 telephone and online [40]
United States United States All adults Gallup March 26–28, 2017 35% 59% --- 1,500 telephone [41]
United States United States All adults CBS News March 25–28, 2017 40% 52% 7% 1,088 telephone [42]
United States United States All adults Ipsos (for Reuters) March 24–28, 2017 44% 49% 7% 1,646 online [43]
United States United States All adults SurveyMonkey (for NBC News) March 24–28, 2017 42% 56% 1% 7,832 online [44]
United States United States Registered voters McClatchy/Marist College March 22–27, 2017 38% 51% 11% 906 telephone [45]
New Jersey New Jersey All adults Fairleigh Dickinson University March 22–26, 2017 28% 61% 9% 816 telephone [46]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports March 22–26, 2017 45% 54% --- 1,500 telephone and online [47]
United States United States All adults SurveyMonkey March 17–23, 2017 42% 56% 2% 12,306 online [48]
New Hampshire New Hampshire All adults American Research Group March 19–22, 2017 31% 61% 8% 600 telephone [49]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 16–21, 2017 37% 56% 7% 1,056 telephone [50]
Utah Utah Registered voters The Salt Lake Tribune/Hinckley Institute of Politics March 15–21, 2017 54% 41% 5% 605 telephone [51]
United States United States All adults American Research Group March 17–20, 2017 41% 54% 5% 1,100 telephone [52]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult (for Politico) March 16–19, 2017 50% 44% 6% 1,927 online [53]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports March 15–19, 2017 49% 51% --- 1,500 telephone and online [54]
United States United States All adults Gallup March 16–18, 2017 37% 58% --- 1,500 telephone [55]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) March 13–14, 2017 41% 49% 11% 1,500 online [56]
United States United States Registered voters Fox News March 12–14, 2017 43% 51% 6% 1,008 telephone [57]
United States United States All adults Ipsos (for Reuters) March 10–14, 2017 45% 49% 6% 1,750 online [58]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports March 10–14, 2017 46% 53% --- 1,500 telephone and online [59]
California California All adults Public Policy Institute of California March 5–14, 2017 31% 61% 7% 1,685 telephone [60]
United States United States All adults Gallup March 11–13, 2017 39% 55% --- 1,500 telephone [61]
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling March 10–12, 2017 43% 50% 7% 808 telephone and online [62]
United States United States All adults Kaiser Family Foundation/Princeton Survey Research Associates International March 6–12, 2017 36% 58% 3% 1,206 telephone [63]
United States United States All adults SurveyMonkey March 3–9, 2017 47% 52% 2% 12,257 online [64]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) March 6–7, 2017 42% 49% 9% 1,500 online [65]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports March 5–7, 2017 49% 51% --- 1,500 telephone and online [66]
United States United States All adults Ipsos (for Reuters) March 3–7, 2017 48% 46% 6% 1,662 online [67]
United States United States All adults Gallup March 4–6, 2017 43% 51% --- 1,500 telephone [68]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 2–6, 2017 41% 52% 7% 1,283 telephone [69]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult (for Politico) March 2–6, 2017 50% 45% 6% 1,992 online [70]
United States United States All adults Monmouth University March 2–5, 2017 43% 46% 11% 801 telephone [71]
United States United States Registered voters Suffolk University/USA Today March 1–5, 2017 47% 44% 9% 1,000 telephone [72]
United States United States All adults SurveyMonkey March 1–5, 2017 48% 51% 1% 4,551 online [73]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports March 1–5, 2017 52% 48% --- 1,500 telephone and online [74]
United States United States All adults CNN/ORC March 1–4, 2017 45% 52% 3% 1,025 telephone [75]
United States United States All adults Investor's Business Daily February 24 – March 4, 2017 41% 53% 1% 909 telephone [76]
United States United States All adults SurveyMonkey February 24 – March 2, 2017 45% 53% 2% 12,273 online [77]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports February 27 – March 1, 2017 52% 48% --- 1,500 telephone and online [78]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) February 25 – March 1, 2017 41% 50% 9% 1,500 online [79]

  majority approve   plurality approve   majority disapprove   plurality disapprove

February[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Approve Disapprove Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States All adults Ipsos (for Reuters) February 24–28, 2017 46% 48% 6% 1,847 online [80]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult (for Politico) February 24–26, 2017 50% 45% 5% 2,000 online [81]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports February 23–26, 2017 51% 49% --- 1,500 telephone and online [82]
United States United States All adults SurveyMonkey February 17–23, 2017 44% 54% 2% 10,639 online [83]
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling February 21–22, 2017 45% 48% 7% 941 telephone and online [84]
United States United States All adults NBC News/Wall Street Journal February 18–22, 2017 44% 48% 8% 1,000 telephone [85]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) February 18–22, 2017 43% 46% 11% 1,500 online [86]
United States United States All adults CBS News February 17–21, 2017 39% 51% 10% 1,280 telephone [87]
United States United States All adults Ipsos (for Reuters) February 17–21, 2017 45% 50% 5% 2,338 online [88]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University February 16–21, 2017 38% 55% 7% 1,323 telephone [89]
United States United States All adults American Research Group February 17–20, 2017 43% 51% 6% 1,100 telephone [90]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult (for Politico) February 16–19, 2017 49% 44% 7% 2,013 online [91]
United States United States Registered voters McClatchy/Marist College February 15–19, 2017 41% 49% 9% 865 telephone [92]
United States United States All adults SurveyMonkey (for NBC News) February 13–19, 2017 43% 54% 2% 11,512 online [93]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Huffington Post) February 17–18, 2017 41% 47% 12% 1,000 online [94]
United States United States All adults Gallup February 16–18, 2017 41% 55% --- 1,500 telephone [95]
United States United States All adults SurveyMonkey February 13–17, 2017 46% 53% 2% 9,163 online [96]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports February 15, 2017 53% 47% --- 1,500 telephone and online [97]
Flag of Virginia.svg Virginia Registered voters Quinnipiac University February 10–15, 2017 38% 56% 6% 989 telephone [98]
United States United States All adults YouGov for The Economist February 12–14, 2017 43% 47% 10% 1,500 online [99]
United States United States All adults Ipsos/Reuters February 10–14, 2017 46% 50% 4% 1,774 online [100]
United States United States All adults Pew Research Center February 7–12, 2017 39% 56% 6% 1,503 N/A [101]
United States United States All adults Gallup February 8–11, 2017 40% 55% 5% 1,500 telephone [102]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports February 10, 2017 52% 48% --- 1,500 telephone and online [103]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult/Politico February 9–10, 2017 49% 45% 6% 1,791 online [104]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports February 9, 2017 53% 47% --- 1,500 telephone and online [105]
Flag of Iowa.svg Iowa All adults The Des Moines Register/Selzer & Co. February 6–9, 2017 42% 49% 9% 802 telephone [106]
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling February 7–8, 2017 43% 53% 3% 712 telephone [107]
United States United States Registered voters Emerson College February 5–6, 2017 48% 47% 5% 617 telephone [108]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports February 6, 2017 53% 47% --- 1,500 telephone and online [109]
United States United States All adults Gallup February 3–6, 2017 42% 53% 5% 1,500 telephone [110]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult/Politico February 2–4, 2017 47% 46% 7% 2,070 online [111]
United States United States All adults CBS News February 1–2, 2017 40% 48% 12% 1,019 telephone [112]
United States United States All adults CNN January 31 – February 2, 2017 44% 53% 3% 1,002 N/A [101]
United States United States All adults Investor's Business Daily January 27 – February 2, 2017 42% 48% 10% 885 telephone [113]

  majority approve   plurality approve   majority disapprove   plurality disapprove

January (post-inauguration)[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Approve Disapprove Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling January 30–31, 2017 47% 49% 4% 750 telephone and online [114]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports January 30, 2017 53% 47% --- 1,500 telephone and online [115]
Flag of Milwaukee County.png Milwaukee County Registered voters Public Policy Polling January 27–29, 2017 30% 63% 7% 1,260 telephone [116]
New Jersey New Jersey All adults Fairleigh Dickinson University January 25–29, 2017 37% 50% 11% 921 telephone [117]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports January 27, 2017 55% 45% --- 1,500 telephone and online [118]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports January 26, 2017 59% 41% --- 1,500 telephone and online [119]
Russia Russian Federation N/A VTsIOM January 26, 2017 71% N/A N/A 1,800 N/A [120]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports January 25, 2017 57% 43% --- 1,500 telephone and online [121]
United States United States All adults Gallup January 24–26, 2017 45% 48% 7% 1,500 telephone [122]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) January 23–25, 2017 43% 39% 18% 2,692 online [122]
United States United States All adults Quinnipiac University January 20–25, 2017 36% 44% 19% 1,190 telephone [123]
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling January 23–24, 2017 44% 44% 12% 1,043 telephone and online [124]
United States United States All adults Gallup January 22–25, 2017 46% 45% 9% 1,500 telephone [125]
United States United States All adults Ipsos (for Reuters) January 20–24, 2017 43% 45% 12% 1,282 online [126]
United States United States All adults Gallup January 20–22, 2017 45% 45% 10% 1,525 telephone [127]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult (for Politico) January 20–22, 2017 46% 37% 17% 1,992 telephone [128]

  majority approve   plurality approve   majority disapprove   plurality disapprove

January (pre-inauguration)[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Approve Disapprove Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States All adults NBC News / Wall Street Journal January 12–15, 2017 44% 52% 4% 1,000 telephone [129]
United States United States All adults Gallup January 4–8, 2017 44% 51% 5% 1,032 telephone [130]

  majority approve   plurality approve   majority disapprove   plurality disapprove

Comparative favorability ratings[edit | edit source]

vs Barack Obama[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Donald Trump favorable Barack Obama favorable Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States All adults NBC News/Wall Street Journal April 17–20, 2017 39% 52% 900 telephone [20]
United States United States All adults Ipsos (for Reuters) April 13–17, 2017 47% 62% 1,843 online [26]
United States United States All adults Ipsos (for Reuters) March 24–28, 2017 51% 64% 1,646 online [43]
United States United States All adults Pew Research Center February 28 – March 12, 2017 43% 60% 3,844 telephone and online [131]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) January 23–25, 2017 45% 54% 2,692 online [122]

  Trump more favorable   Obama more favorable

vs Chuck Schumer[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Donald Trump favorable Chuck Schumer favorable Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University May 4–9, 2017 35% 25% 1,078 telephone [7]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 30 - April 3, 2017 36% 25% 1,171 telephone [36]
New York (state) New York Registered voters Siena College March 19–23, 2017 33% 60% 791 telephone [132]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) February 25 – March 1, 2017 40% 26% 1,500 online [79]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) January 23–25, 2017 45% 26% 2,692 online [122]

  Trump more favorable   Schumer more favorable

vs Kellyanne Conway[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Donald Trump favorable Kellyanne Conway favorable Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling February 7–8, 2017 45% 34% 712 telephone [107]
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling January 23–24, 2017 44% 32% 1,043 telephone and online [124]

  Trump more favorable   Conway more favorable

vs Mike Pence[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Donald Trump favorable Mike Pence favorable Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States All adults CNN/ORC April 22–25, 2017 45% 46% 1,009 telephone [17]
United States United States All adults NBC News/Wall Street Journal April 17–20, 2017 39% 38% 900 telephone [20]
United States United States Registered voters Fox News March 12–14, 2017 44% 47% 1,008 telephone [57]
United States United States All adults Pew Research Center February 28 – March 12, 2017 43% 45% 3,844 telephone and online [131]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 2–6, 2017 43% 40% 1,283 telephone [69]
United States United States Registered voters Suffolk University/USA Today March 1–5, 2017 45% 47% 1,000 telephone [72]
United States United States All adults CNN/ORC March 1–4, 2017 45% 47% 1,025 telephone [75]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) February 25 – March 1, 2017 40% 42% 1,500 online [79]
United States United States All adults NBC News/Wall Street Journal February 18–22, 2017 43% 42% 1,000 telephone [85]
United States United States All adults McClatchy/Marist College February 15–19, 2017 38% 43% 1,073 telephone [92]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) January 23–25, 2017 45% 44% 2,692 online [122]

  Trump more favorable   Pence more favorable

vs Nancy Pelosi[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Donald Trump favorable Nancy Pelosi favorable Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University May 4–9, 2017 35% 31% 1,078 telephone [7]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 30 - April 3, 2017 36% 30% 1,171 telephone [36]
United States United States Registered voters Fox News March 12–14, 2017 44% 33% 1,008 telephone [57]
United States United States All adults NBC News/Wall Street Journal February 18–22, 2017 43% 19% 500 telephone [85]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult (for Politico) February 16–19, 2017 47% 29% 2,013 online [91]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) January 23–25, 2017 45% 27% 2,692 online [122]

  Trump more favorable   Pelosi more favorable

vs Paul Ryan[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Donald Trump favorable Paul Ryan favorable Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University May 4–9, 2017 35% 24% 1,078 telephone [7]
United States United States All adults NBC News/Wall Street Journal April 17–20, 2017 39% 22% 900 telephone [20]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 30 - April 3, 2017 36% 28% 1,171 telephone [36]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 16–21, 2017 36% 27% 1,056 telephone [50]
United States United States Registered voters Fox News March 12–14, 2017 44% 37% 1,008 telephone [57]
United States United States All adults NBC News/Wall Street Journal February 18–22, 2017 43% 34% 500 telephone [85]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult (for Politico) February 16–19, 2017 47% 38% 2,013 online [91]
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) January 23–25, 2017 45% 34% 2,692 online [122]

  Trump more favorable   Ryan more favorable

vs Vladimir Putin[edit | edit source]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Donald Trump favorable Vladimir Putin favorable Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling March 27–28, 2017 41% 9% 677 telephone and online [40]
United States United States All adults Pew Research Center February 28 – March 12, 2017 43% 16% 3,844 telephone and online [131]
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling February 7–8, 2017 45% 10% 712 telephone [107]
United States United States All adults Public Policy Polling January 23–24, 2017 44% 10% 1,043 telephone and online [124]

  Trump more favorable   Putin more favorable

Issues-specific support[edit | edit source]

Appointment of Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court[edit | edit source]

In February 2017, Donald Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court of the United States.[111] Gorsuch was confirmed on April 7, 2017 by a 54-45 vote.[133][134]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Support Oppose Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University April 12–18, 2017 49% 36% 15% 1,062 telephone [135]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 30 - April 3, 2017 48% 35% 17% 1,171 telephone [136]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University February 16–21, 2017 50% 31% 19% 1,323 telephone [137]
United States United States Registered voters Emerson College February 5–6, 2017 52% 32% 16% 617 telephone [108]

  majority support   plurality support   majority oppose   plurality oppose

Appointment of Steve Bannon to NSC[edit | edit source]

In January 2017 Donald Trump appointed Steve Bannon to the principals committee of the National Security Council.[114]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Support Oppose Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling January 30–31, 2017 34% 44% 23% 750 telephone and online [114]

  majority support   plurality support   majority oppose   plurality oppose

Climate change regulations repeal[edit | edit source]

Donald Trump has pledged to repeal certain U.S. government regulations intended to address climate change.[138]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Support Oppose Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University May 4–9, 2017 28% 65% 7% 1,078 telephone [139]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University April 12–18, 2017 25% 66% 9% 1,062 telephone [135]
United States United States All adults CBS News April 11–15, 2017 38% 51% --- 1,011 telephone [140]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 30 - April 3, 2017 28% 62% 10% 1,171 telephone [136]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 16–21, 2017 29% 63% 8% 1,056 telephone [141]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 2–6, 2017 29% 62% 9% 1,323 telephone [142]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University February 16–21, 2017 27% 63% 10% 1,323 telephone [137]
United States United States All adults Quinnipiac University January 5–9, 2017 32% 59% 9% 899 telephone [138]

  majority support   plurality support   majority oppose   plurality oppose

Construction of border wall[edit | edit source]

In January 2017 Donald Trump ordered construction of a wall along portions of the Mexico–United States border.[143]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Support Oppose Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States All adults YouGov (for The Economist) May 6–9, 2017 40% 46% 14% 1,500 online [6]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University May 4–9, 2017 33% 64% 3% 1,078 telephone [139]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 30 - April 3, 2017 33% 64% 3% 1,171 telephone [136]
United States United States All adults Gallup March 9–29, 2017 36% 56% 7% 1,526 telephone [144]
California California All adults Public Policy Institute of California March 5–14, 2017 25% 72% 3% 1,690 telephone [60]
United States United States All adults Pew Research Center February 28 – March 12, 2017 40% 59% 1% 3,844 telephone and online [131]
United States United States All adults SurveyMonkey March 1–5, 2017 44% 54% 3% 4,551 online [73]
United States United States All adults CBS News February 17–21, 2017 39% 58% 3% 1,280 telephone [87]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University February 16–21, 2017 37% 60% 3% 1,323 telephone [137]
United States United States All adults SurveyMonkey (for NBC News) February 13–19, 2017 41% 56% 2% 11,512 online [93]
United States United States All adults Pew Research Center February 7–12, 2017 35% 62% 3% 1,503 telephone [145]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult/Politico February 2–4, 2017 48% 42% 10% 2,070 online interviews [111]
Flag of San Diego, California.svg San Diego N/A SurveyUSA (for San Diego Union-Tribune) January 25, 2017 43% 48% 8% 500 N/A [146]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult (for Politico) January 20–22, 2017 47% 45% 7% 1,992 telephone [128]
Alaska Alaska N/A Alaska Dispatch News January 15, 2017 37% 55% 8% 750 telephone [147]

  majority support   plurality support   majority oppose   plurality oppose

Construction of Keystone Pipeline[edit | edit source]

In January 2017 Donald Trump ordered the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to permit construction of the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline.[111]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Support Oppose Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
Canada Canada All adults Angus Reid Institute February 16–22, 2017 48% 33% 19% 1,515 online [148]
United States United States All adults Pew Research Center February 7–12, 2017 42% 48% 10% 1,503 telephone [149]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult/Politico February 2–4, 2017 48% 37% 15% 2,070 online interviews [111]

  majority support   plurality support   majority oppose   plurality oppose

Deportation of illegal immigrants with criminal records[edit | edit source]

In an interview following his election, Donald Trump said illegal immigrants with criminal records should be deported.[150]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Support Oppose Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult (for Politico) January 20–22, 2017 72% 20% 8% 1,992 online [128]

  majority support   plurality support   majority oppose   plurality oppose

Government employee staffing cuts[edit | edit source]

Donald Trump has proposed a 20-percent cut in parts of the U.S. Government workforce.[151]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Support Oppose Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports January 17–18, 2017 54% 27% 19% 1,500 telephone and online [151]

  majority support   plurality support   majority oppose   plurality oppose

Obamacare repeal[edit | edit source]

Donald Trump has called for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare").[138]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Support Oppose Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University May 4–9, 2017 44% 53% 3% 1,078 telephone [139]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University April 12–18, 2017 44% 53% 2% 1,062 telephone [135]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 30 - April 3, 2017 42% 54% 4% 1,171 telephone [136]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 16–21, 2017 45% 51% 5% 1,056 telephone [152]
United States United States All adults Kaiser Family Foundation/Princeton Survey Research Associates International March 6–12, 2017 45% 51% 3% 1,206 telephone [63]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 2–6, 2017 45% 51% 4% 1,323 telephone [142]
United States United States Registered voters Public Policy Polling February 21–22, 2017 33% 61% 6% 941 telephone and online [84]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University February 16–21, 2017 43% 54% 3% 1,323 telephone [137]
United States United States All adults Investor's Business Daily January 27 – February 2, 2017 42% 54% 4% 885 telephone [113]
Alaska Alaska N/A Alaska Dispatch News January 15, 2017 51% 39% 10% 750 telephone [147]
United States United States All adults Quinnipiac University January 5–9, 2017 48% 47% 5% 899 telephone [138]

  majority support   plurality support   majority oppose   plurality oppose

Refugee restrictions[edit | edit source]

During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump called for the suspension of immigration to the United States from seven "terror prone" countries; in January 2017 he signed an executive order partially implementing that policy and halving annual U.S. refugee intake from 100,000 to 50,000.[138][153]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Support Oppose Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States All adults Gallup March 9–29, 2017 40% 46% 14% 1,526 telephone [144]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 16–21, 2017 42% 52% 6% 1,056 telephone [141]
California California All adults Public Policy Institute of California March 6–14, 2017 37% 58% 5% 1,487 telephone [60]
United States United States All adults Pew Research Center February 28 – March 12, 2017 47% 52% 1% 3,844 telephone and online [131]
United States United States Registered voters Quinnipiac University March 2–6, 2017 42% 51% 7% 1,323 telephone [142]
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult/Politico February 2–4, 2017 55% 38% 7% 2,070 online interviews [111]
United States United States All adults CBS News February 1–2, 2017 45% 51% 4% 1,019 telephone [112]
United States United States All adults Investor's Business Daily January 27 – February 2, 2017 51% 48% 1% 885 telephone [113]
United States United States Registered voters Ipsos (for Reuters) January 30–31, 2017 49% 41% 10% 1,201 online [154]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports January 25–26, 2017 57% 32% 11% 1,000 telephone and online [155]
Utah Utah Registered voters University of Utah January 9–16, 2017 40% 55% 5% 605 N/A [156]
United States United States All adults Quinnipiac University January 5–9, 2017 48% 42% 10% 899 telephone [138]

  majority support   plurality support   majority oppose   plurality oppose

Sanctuary city funding[edit | edit source]

In January 2017, Donald Trump issued an executive order that would block federal funding to "sanctuary cities".[111]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Support Oppose Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult/Politico February 2–4, 2017 55% 33% 12% 2,070 online [111]

  majority support   plurality support   majority oppose   plurality oppose

UN funding[edit | edit source]

Donald Trump has said he plans to dramatically reduce United States funding to the United Nations and UN programs.[157]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Support Oppose Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports January 29–30, 2017 50% 33% 17% 1,000 telephone and online [157]

  majority support   plurality support   majority oppose   plurality oppose

Withdrawal from Trans-Pacific Partnership[edit | edit source]

In January 2017, Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact.[158]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Support Oppose Unsure Sample size Polling method Source
United States United States Registered voters Morning Consult/Politico February 2–4, 2017 47% 33% 20% 2,070 online interviews [111]
United States United States Likely voters Rasmussen Reports January 26, 2017 56% 27% 17% 1,500 telephone and online [158]

  majority support   plurality support   majority oppose   plurality oppose

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