President Trump's approval among Republicans is now 85%, and 52% among all voters. That's far higher than President Biden's recent polling where his numbers are hovering in the 30% range.
That's according to the latest Rasmussen survey of 1,000 US likely voters.
Trump's approval ratings have edged up by one (1%) since January 2021, when Rasmussen surveys showed a 51% overall rating and an 84% percent approval among fellow Republicans.
In most recent polling, The Washington Examiner reports that more than one in five Democrats (23%) and more than half of independents (51%) view the 45th president favorably. One in three of all American voters have a "very favorable" view of Trump, but more people have a "very unfavorable" view of him at 38%.
Rasmussen Reports published new data on January 6 showing that only 28% of likely US voters believe Biden will be re-elected, and 21% think he is likely to resign before 2024.
If a resignation were to happen Vice President Kamala Harris would take control of the Oval Office, but her approval rating is sitting at 40%, even lower than Biden's is just 43%. That's according to FiveThirtyEight reports.
Overall, Trump's favorability is higher than both Biden's and Harris' approval ratings.