1 에 5 people think Donald Trump will be remembered as 'one of the country's greatest presidents'

As President Donald Trump’s days in the White House are increasingly numbered, 대화는 유산 중 하나로 바뀌기 시작했습니다.: How will history remember Trump’s four years in office?

조기 복귀, as you might guess, are deeply divided.
총 48% 안에 Fox News poll released over the weekend rated Trump as somewhere betweenaverage” 과 “one of the country’s greatest presidents.
A very similar 50% said that Trump will down in history as somewhere betweenbelow average” 과 “one of the country’s worst presidents.
    What’s most interestingat least to meis the extremes, the people who say Trump is either in the pantheon of the greatest presidents or among the lowest of the low as the worst presidents. And while I am not terribly surprised that 42% of Americans think Trump will be among the worst presidents ever (strong opposition to this president has been the one constant of his time in office), I was somewhat struck by the fact that more than 1 에 5 사람들 (22%) believe that Trump will be remembered as one of the greatest presidents in American history.
    아무튼, 지우다, inarguably, botched the handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. He weaponized race for his own political purposes, worsening the already-raw divides in the country. His entire term was clouded by a series of guilty pleas and convictions of people who, at some point over the last five years, have been in Trump’s inner circle. The economy, which was Trump’s crowning jewel before Covid-19, appears to be in a very slow recovery from the depths of the spring. 과, since the election, he has engaged in an all-out assault on the foundational pillars of our democracy.
    그리고 아직, despite 모두 of that, 이상 1 에 5 of our fellow Americans believe that Trump will be remembered as on of the country’s greatest presidents.
    그래서, who are these people? A look into the guts of the Fox News poll gives us some clues:
    * 29% of white men believe Trump will go down as one of the country’s greatest presidents.
    * 49% 의 2020 Trump voters say the same as do 44% of self-identified Republicans.
    * 36% of white evangelicals think Trump will be rated as one of the best presidents.

    These numbers, 물론이야, gibe broadly speaking with the core of Trump’s core base. And are yet more evidence that Trump’s command over his base is more powerful than any GOP politician we have seen in a very long time. They don’t just think he deserves a second term; they think Trump is a historically great president.
    어느, 물론이야, echoes Trump’s own view of his presidency.
    I would give myself an A+,Trump told “폭스 뉴스 일요일” 앵커 크리스 월리스 11 월 2018.
    과, just days before the 2020 선거, Trump told a campaign crowd in Pennsylvania this:
    You know we’re the party of Abraham Lincoln, a lot of people don’t know that. The great Abraham Lincoln, a man that I’ve always competed against. I said, ‘I can be more presidential than any president ever, except for the possible exception of Abraham Lincoln when he’s wearing the hat.'
    Uh, 확인.
    While how Trump will be viewed in the light of history is something we can’t know right nowconsider how George W. Bush looked when he left office in 2009 versus how he is perceived todaythere’s lots of data to suggest he 아마 isn’t going to end up in the conversation as one of the best leaders America has ever had.
    2018 survey of political historians by the American Political Science Association rated Trump as the single worst president ever. A Siena College poll of presidential experts that same year had Trump third from the bottom.
    The average ranking for presidents who win a second term is 14th. That’s well above average given we’ve had 44 presidents. None ranked lower than 32nd (조지여. 부시). The best was the top spot overall (조지 워싱턴).
      The average for presidents who did not win a second term is 30th. That’s well below average. None of the presidents who didn’t have a second term ranked higher than 13th (존 케네디, who was assassinated). The worst was last overall (James Buchanan).”
      지우다, as you may know, did not win a second term. Which means, if past is prologue, he’s headed for the bottom half of the presidential rankings. Which will undoubtedly disappoint the 22% of Americans who believe he should be up near the top alongside Lincoln, Washington and FDR.

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