Reference News Network reported on February 20 that US media said that in a Gallup poll, the number of Americans with the highest record in history believes that the most important issue facing the United States today is poor leadership, about three-thirds of which One person specifically pointed out that President Trump is the problem.
According to the US News Weekly website reported on February 18, 35% of respondents believe that government, politicians and leaders are the top issues. The previous record was 33%, which was the closing of the government when Obama was president in 2013.
The report said that the current ratio is the highest in at least 55 years, and the highest record before 2001 was 26% at the time of the Watergate incident. Polls show that the current ratio is close to twice the 18% in November last year, and this growth may reflect public dissatisfaction with the government's closure from the end of December last year to most of January this year.
In people who believe that leadership is the most important issue facing the United States, 11% point to Trump, 5% to Democrats or liberals, and 1% to Congress. About 18% attribute the problem to Republicans and Democrats, deadlock, lack of cooperation, or government closure. This ratio is higher than 12% in January and 6% in December last year.