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With the proviso that there has not been *that* much polling this week, not really any sign of an approval rating increase for him post al-Baghdadi. projects.fivethirtyeight.com/trump-approval…
At some point you have to ask:
1) Is 41-42% approval enough for Trump to win re-election?
2) If not, then what are the scenarios under which his approval becomes meaningfully higher, given that little seems to move his numbers?
p.s. 1) is not meant as a rhetorical question.

He won in 2016 despite being equally if not more unpopular based on a combination of a) the Electoral College; b) voters really disliking HRC also; c) voters who disliked both HRC & Trump voting Trump; d) polls being slightly off.
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