Polls: Measuring the Trump conundrum

From Byron York at the Washington Examiner:

In the RealClearPolitics average of all polls on the favorable/unfavorable question, Trump is now at 55.6 percent unfavorable versus 39.0 percent favorable. That is little changed from his average on Nov. 8: 58.5 percent unfavorable, versus 37.5 percent favorable. Among the unfavorables, that is just 1.5 points difference from then to now; among the favorables, 2.9 points.

Considering all that has gone on in the Trump presidency — it’s too much to recount in a sentence or two — the stability of the Trump favorable/unfavorable rating is notable.More.

Reality check: Because the only poll that matters is the 2018 mid-term elections. Too many media people today sound like lazy heirs hoping to learn that Grandma has died. Or, on the other side, like hypochondriacs taking their temperature.

See also: Mark Steyn on the Deep State coup against Trump