Major media generally avoid reporting on the favorable facts and achievements of the Trump administration. Most often they ignore this news or simply report it from a biased or negative angle.

It is also very common that one of the media publishes a news item and one by one other media begin to repeat the information.

Recently a survey was released—which was conducted by SurveyMonkey in conjunction with CNBC—reporting that 60% of small business owners approve of the way President Trump does his job, CNBC reported.

However, this news was not covered by CNBC’s other media such as NBC, MSNBC, CNN, The New York Times, The Washington Post, ABC and CBS, Newsbusters corroborated.

Importantly, this is the highest approval number since CNBC and SurveyMonkey began their Quarterly Small Business Survey in 2017, according to the report.

CNBC also noted that Trump’s approval “never has been below 51% in the almost three-year history of the survey. Support for Trump rose to 60% from 57% in the third quarter 2019.”

This trend in support for small businesses and optimism about trade seems to be following a pattern of positive economic news. Even Bloomberg News admitted in November that the stock market seems to like President Trump more than any other president since the 1950s.

The Trump administration reported in 2018 the keys that have allowed the growth, mentioning the impact that has had on the nation’s economy tax cuts, deregulation and trade policies.

Unlike the socialist policies of former President Obama, the Trump administration has cut taxes and regulations. In this way the entrepreneur—big or small—is not suffocated and his or her entrepreneurship can generate more jobs.

As for consumption, it is the strongest reported in four and a half years, which helped compensate for weak exports and a slower rate of investment, according to Reuters.