Satisfaction is up among Republicans, Democrats and independents alike this month, which could bode well for the GOP as November elections get closer.
Contributing to the overall boost is a notable increase in satisfaction among Republicans (from 57 percent to 63 percent), independents (26 percent to 35 percent) and even a small increase among Democrats (13 percent to 14 percent).
On average this year, 32 percent of American have been satisfied, with some significant fluctuation between several below-30 percent months (January, March, April) and high months like this month and February (36 percent), right after President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address.
The overall satisfaction level of Americans was also 37 percent just before the November 2016 election.
The last time unemployment was as low as it is today, the satisfaction level was 51 percent, back in December 2000.