President Trump's approval ratings have consistently hit historic lows, but a recent conservative-leaning Rasmussen poll has his approval at nearly 50 percent. Many argue a president's popularity isn't nearly as important as pundits think. Trump had high unfavorable ratings throughout the 2016 election and still won the presidency. But others believe his low approval ratings—40.6 percent according to FiveThirtyEight—make it more difficult for him to work with Congress and push his agenda. What do you think? 📈
Do a president's approval ratings actually matter?
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