Tim Malloy, Assistant Director Quinnipiac Poll. Quinnipiac Poll December 20, 2017 – Voters outlook on the economy is an all-time high, but voters still disapprove of Trump. Americans not only think President Donald Trump is doing a bad job, but they also think he’s dishonest, and a hothead—with half of those polled saying he should resign as a result of multiple sexual misconduct accusations, a new poll shows. Voters are divided 44 – 44 percent on whether they approve of how the Democratic Party is handling the issue of sexual harassment and sexual assault in politics. This is an improvement on the negative 30 – 52 percent approval rating December 6. American voters give both parties negative overall favorable ratings, 37 – 44 percent for the Democratic Party and 25 – 60 percent for the Republican Party. Voters say 52 – 37 percent they want the Democrats to control of the House of Representatives, and say 53 – 37 percent they want Democrats to control the Senate. Health care should be the most important priority for President Trump and Congress in 2018, 29 percent of American voters say, followed by 18 percent who list the economy, 11 percent who cite foreign policy and 11 percent who say immigration.
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