Surveys show Americans expecting good year ahead

A new Rasmussen survey shows stark political polarization over President Donald Trump. (Screen snip YouTube, CSPAN, FlashTrendinG)

As Donald Trump approaches his second year in office, opinion polls show a majority of Americans are upbeat about 2018 prospects.

A pair of opinion polls released Tuesday show that a majority of Americans are optimistic about the year ahead, although there remains some division along party lines about how good things will get.

Rasmussen Reports revealed that 56 percent of Americans contacted in a telephone and online survey think 2018 will be at least as good a year as was 2017, while only 18 percent think this year will be a poor one.

Adding some reinforcement to that, an Elway Poll in Washington shows that Evergreen State voters are “slightly more optimistic” with 49 percent expecting a better year for the country and 53 percent looking for a better year for the



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