Trump had a 40 percent approval rating, against 55 percent of respondents disapproving of his job, during the survey conducted Friday through Monday. Seven in 10 American voters, 70%, say the USA economy is excellent or good - the best mark on this question since 2001.
48 percent say Trump is more responsible for the economic growth than former President Barack Obama. The tax plan itself has experienced a 13-point jump in approval since it passed, from 26% to 39%.
57 percent disapprove of Trump's foreign policy efforts; 37 percent approve. Two-thirds of American voters overall give a resounding "no" to that question -- but Republican voters are roughly evenly split.
A plurality of Republican voters, 46 percent, say that Mueller has not been fair in his investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
A broad 77 percent of GOP voters say that the investigation into Trump associates and Russian meddling is a "witch hunt", according to Tuesday's new survey from Quinnipiac.
The issue of immigration is not worth a government shutdown, 66 percent of voters say.
"The post State of the Union bump kicks in", assistant poll director Tim Malloy said in a statement.
"Americans are feeling good about their personal finances, but we'll have to see whether the Wall Street plunge takes a toll on the guy in charge", Malloy said.
Malloy also highlighted voters' economic happiness. Still, 62% think the plan mostly helps the wealthy, a number almost unchanged since November.Favorable views of the Republican Party are up from 24% before tax reform passed to 32% now, though a majority of voters, 51%, still view the governing party unfavorably.This was conducted February 2-5, 2018, among 1,333 registered voters.
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