More Americans Think President Trump Doesn't Keep His Promises

According to a Gallup poll out Monday only 45% of respondents said the commander-in-chief was keeping his promises

In Gallup's poll, only 45 percent of respondents say they believe Trump can keep his promises.

At a White House press conference February 3, when Press Secretary Sean Spicer was asked to comment on a newly released CBS News poll - conducted by live interviewers - which put Trump's approval rating at only 40 percent, he said: "I think there's also a Rasmussen poll that showed he had a 51-percent approval rating".

More U.S. citizens have lost faith in President Donald Trump's ability to keep his promises, a new survey finds. In February, almost two-thirds said they thought the president keeps his promises and now only 40 percent believe he does.

A small majority of Americans view Trump as a "strong and decisive leader", at 52 per cent, a seven-point drop from February's 59 per cent result.

The results represent a significant turnaround from February, when 62% said they saw Trump as someone who keeps his promises.

We're just 12 days out from Donald Trump's 100-day mark and Gallup has some bad news for the popular vote loser: Voters think he's less and less dependable, decisive, and capable by the day.

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US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson condemned Russian support for the Assad regime, calling on Moscow to abandon their ally. But Tillerson is confident the attack was directed by the Assad regime. "The current state of U.S.

Meanwhile, his opponents argue he has not protected middle- and working-class Americans.

The more positive assessments of Trump in February came as he started his presidency with a flurry of executive orders and Cabinet appointments.

This is especially true for members of groups that didn't overwhelmingly vote for Trump. The poll's margin of error is plus or minus four percentage points. "A majority of Americans viewed him unfavorably before his inauguration, and this continues to be true today".

President Donald Trump's setbacks on campaign promises like repealing the Affordable Care Act and his shifting positions on other stances look like they're catching up with him - bigly.

As the Republican Party's presidential nominee, Trump had promised that he would declare the Asian country a "currency manipulator" on his first day in office.

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