Trump’s approval rating is slipping in the Midwest according to “The Hill”.
Trump’s approval rating among his supporters in the Midwest appears to be declining, according to a series of Hill-HarrisX polls since July of last year.
In July 47 percent of Trump supporters approved of his job in office. His highest ratings came in October & December peaking at 54 percent.
In February that number slid down to 40 percent of approval and an increase of disapproval reaching up to 60 percent.
“When it gets down to it, the president is going to get reelected or defeated on a state-by-state basis,” Chris Wilson, chief strategist at WPA Intelligence, told Hill.TV’S Krystal Ball on Wednesday.