President Donald Trump broke the all-time record with 52 percent approval, highlighting the strong momentum provided by young people, independents, and ethnic groups.

Fifty percent of 18-29-year-olds support Trump’s work, and in this age range, the proportion of African American youth is even higher, reaching 54 percent, according to survey results released by Zogby Analytics on Aug. 26. 

“The president has recorded his best job approval rating on record—52 percent,” said Zogby Analytics, noting, “The president’s job approval numbers were also very high among young African American voters aged 18-29.”

Approval continues to rise among independents, Asians, and Latinos, with Republican men outperforming all other groups. 

The rise in approval ratings could be attributed, obviously, to the good performance of the Trump administration, and are a very good projection toward the results of the elections to be held on Nov. 3.

The decisive handling of the violence that has affected the cities in recent months will also be reflected in the positive results obtained in the survey.

Those who generate violence in our cities are the leftist groups that seem to have the support of the Democratic authorities. They prevent the police from freely acting to control the riots.

President Trump, on the other hand, assumes responsibility for defending the population and federal property by sending in federal agents, which is why citizens support his administration. 

“Another factor continuing to help the president’s high approval rating is a rise in crime in our nation’s biggest cities. Unlike a year ago, the president is performing well with voters in large cities. It’s highly likely he is benefiting from the uptick in violence. His law-and-order message is resonating with urban voters at the moment” noted the Zogby report.

Previous data released by Rasmussen indicated that President Trump had reached 51 percent approval, this same percentage was obtained in February, before the CCP ( Chinese Communist Party) Virus had caused more than 180,000 deaths and affected the country’s economy so drastically.

President Trump noted on Aug. 20 that he had reached 96 percent approval among members of the Republican Party and 51 percent among U.S. voters, according to polls conducted by Rasmussen.

 The Pew Research Center highlighted the stability that the Trump administration has maintained during the entire time of performance. 

“More than three and a half years into his administration, President Donald Trump’s approval ratings have remained remarkably stable,” Pew Research Center said on Aug. 27.