I am no fan of polls primarily because I find them to be statistical malpractice in the unscientific, haphazard manner with which the polling samples are constructed and the sponsorship.
There was a CNN poll on the economy completed a week ago that had some surprising outcomes.
76% of respondents agreed the “Economy is very or somewhat good.”
This is up from 67% last year.
97% of Republicans agree.
75% of Independents agree.
62% of Democrats agree, up from 47% in August. <<< this surprises me
The economy is the best economy since 1900 and the only reason that boundary exists is because we don’t have good numbers from before that date.