President Trump has received some rather dismal approval ratings, but he’s reportedly more popular compared to some of his European counterparts.
Both French President Emmanuel Macron and Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May are faring worse among their constituents.
In a recent Harvard/Harris poll, Trump came in with 38% favorability.
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Meanwhile, a just-released Zogby Analytics survey shows that Macron and May each pulled favorability ratings of 28 percent.
In terms of unfavorability, Macron emerged slightly less battered than May and Trump, scoring a 52 percent.
Harvard/Harris reported Trump’s rating in that category at 57 percent and Zogby lists May’s as 61 percent. The former poll was conducted online between November 11 and 14 and surveyed 2,350 registered voters in the U.S.
Zogby’s poll occurred online as well, and polling involved a number of European nations, questioning roughly 600 respondents in each. The survey took place from November 3 through November 7.
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