民调显示:56% 美国民众对特朗普执政不满意

编辑:给力英语新闻 更新:2017年10月16日 作者:美国之音(VOA News)

美国总统特朗普
美国总统特朗普

一份新的民调显示,美国选民对特朗普总统管理经济的表现褒贬不一,他们对自己的财务状况基本满意,但是对特朗普的总体执政表现仍然不满。

昆尼皮亚克大学星期三公布的一项全国民调结果显示,48%的人对特朗普管理经济的表现满意,46%的人不满意。

就特朗普的执政总体表现来看,56%的人不满,有38%的人表示满意。两个星期前,这个比例是57比36.

10月5日到10日之间进行的这项最新调查还显示,55%的选民感到特朗普不适合担任总统,43%的人认为合适。

在共和党人当中,81%的人对特朗普的执政表现满意,不满意的只有12%。在没上过大学的白人男子当中,55%的人对他的执政表现满意,40%的人不满意。而在所有的白人男性当中,满意和不满意的比例是52%对43%.

美国选民对特朗普对经济事务的处理的评价几乎好坏参半,有48%的人给他高分,46%的人对他不满。

73%的选民说,他们的个人财务状况“很好”或者“好”,26%的人表示“不太好” 或者“很糟”。

昆尼皮亚克大学民调助理主任蒂姆·马洛伊说:“选民说,特朗普总统可能不称职,但是经济不错。他们认为特朗普能力不够,但是他管理下的经济欣欣向荣。”

Poll: US Voters Split on Trump's Handling of Economy

A new poll shows most American voters are divided over U.S. President Donald Trump's handling of the economy, are generally pleased with their financial situations, but still disapprove of his job performance.

A national poll released Wednesday by Quinnipiac University found that 56 percent of the respondents disapproved of Trump's job performance, compared to 38 percent who approved. Two weeks ago, the disapproval margin was 57 percent to 36 percent.

The newest poll, conducted Oct. 5-10, showed 55 percent of voters felt Trump is not fit to serve as president, in contrast to the 43 percent who believe he is.

Among Republicans, 81 percent approved of Trump's job performance, a sharp contrast to the 12 percent who did not. Fifty-five percent of white voters without a college degree applauded his performance, compared to 40 percent who disapproved. By a 52-43 percent margin, white men thought the president was doing a good job. Every other listed demographic (i.e., age, education, gender and racial groups) felt Trump was not doing a good job.

American voters were almost equally divided on Trump's handling of the economy, with 48 percent giving him high marks and 46 percent disapproving.

Seventy-three percent of voters said their personal financial situation was "excellent" or "good." Twenty-six percent said theirs was "not so good" or "poor."

"President Trump may not be fit, but the economy is, voters say," said Quinnipiac University Poll assistant director Tim Malloy. "They remain troubled by the president's competence, but see the economy booming along under his stewardship."