BEIJING, July 9 (CNN) -- According to the survey data released on July 7, in a poll conducted by the Washington Post and ABC News, President Trumps job support rate has reached the highest level since he took office.
Source: US President Trump.
According to USA Today and Capitol Hill, 44% of Americans are satisfied with Trumps work. The poll was conducted from June 28 to July 1 with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points. The support rate is five percentage points higher than an April poll and 42% higher than the one he reached in April 2017.
Fifty-one percent of Americans said they were doing well economically. In the upcoming general election of 2020, 82% of adults think this is the most important issue.
It is reported that US President Trump has always attributed positive economic data to himself, and said that he would have achieved better results in the polls if it had not been for unfair news coverage and the Russian survey.
Forty-seven percent of Americans said they owed most of their good economic development to Trump, 27 percent said they had only a few contributions, 20 percent said they had little contributions, and 4 percent said they had nothing at all.
Most people disapprove of Trumps approach to problems other than the economy. Forty percent of Americans support Trump in solving immigration problems, 38 percent agree with his work in health care, 32 percent agree with his treatment of abortion, and 29 percent say he has done a good job in tackling climate change.
65% said Trumps behaviour was inappropriate as president.
In the hypothetical 2020 election, Trump lagged behind Democratic lead candidate Joe Biden by 10 percentage points. Biden had 53% support, Trump had 43%, and only 3% of the respondents had no decision.
Trump also trailed Senator Kamala Harris by two percentage points, 46% to 48%, and Bernie Sanders by one percentage point, 48% to 49%.
Equal to the presidential approval ratings were Senator Elizabeth Warren and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Among registered Democrats and Democratic-leaning independent voters, 30% said they would vote for Biden in the primary, 19% said they would vote for Sanders, 13% said they supported Ho Jinli and 12% supported Warren. Forty-five percent of those voters thought Biden was most likely to beat Trump.
Polls show that Americans see the economy, health care and immigration as the top issues, followed by diplomacy, gun violence, taxes, women and abortion.