100 Days of Trump: His Executive Orders and Where Americans Stand

President Trump nears his 100-day benchmark in office and he’s already signed nearly 70 executive actions. Some have been signed without much fanfare; others have sparked mass protests and challenged as unconstitutional. Below, we’ve highlighted several key actions—and included findings on where Americans stand on the issues. CONT. Joanna Piacenza […] Read more »

Deep schisms among voters at the 100 day mark

President Donald Trump promised on Election Night to unite the country – but nearly 100 days into his presidency, Americans remain profoundly divided on his policies, from health care to immigration to the environment. While the general public opposes Trump’s plans to dismantle Obamacare, build a wall across the Mexican […] Read more »

Why cutting corporate tax and raising the deficit might not hurt Trump politically

For those who have tracked Republican politics over the past few years, the Trump administration’s proposal to slice the corporate tax rate without worrying about deficits seems like an anathema. … But recent polling bolsters the idea that the move is politically safe for Trump — assuming that he continues […] Read more »

Top Frustrations With Tax System: Sense That Corporations, Wealthy Don’t Pay Fair Share

A majority of Americans now view the federal tax system as unfair, including similar shares of Republicans and Democrats. But partisans differ in their concerns about the tax system, with Democrats far more likely than Republicans to express frustration that some corporations and wealthy people don’t pay their “fair share.” […] Read more »

CNBC survey: Trump’s agenda is popular, until he acts on it

The CNBC All-America Survey shows President Donald Trump’s economic agenda polling well — until he actually acts on it. The survey of 804 Americans, conducted April 3-6, before the Syrian airstrikes, shows strong support for his plans to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure, cut individual taxes and renegotiate trade deals. But […] Read more »