35% of voters give Trump an F for first year: poll

35% of voters give Trump an F for first year: poll

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President Donald Trump announces the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on climate change during a Rose Garden ceremony on June 1, 2017. (Courtesy: White House)

WASHINGTON — 35 percent of registered voters would give Trump an F for his first year in office, according to a Morning Consult/POLITICO poll released Tuesday.

The failing grade represents a plurality. Eighteen percent said that they would give him an A, 17 percent a B, 14 percent a C and 11 percent a D.

When presented with individual issues, a plurality give Trump an F for all except jobs, which saw 24 percent giving him an A and an additional 24 percent giving him an F.

On the economy, voters are near evenly split, with 26 percent giving him an F and 25 percent giving him an A.

The results largely fell along partisan lines, with 64 percent of Democrats giving him an F compared to 6 percent of Republicans giving him the same grade.

In contrast, 43 percent of Republicans give him an A while 4 percent of Democrats do the same.

The poll was conducted among 1,992 registered voters between Jan. 13-15. There is a margin of error of +/- 2 percentage points.

Saturday will mark Trump’s first full year in office.

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