Is President Trump's approval rating on the rise?

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A majority of Americans say special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russian Federation probe MORE's investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation is fair and should continue without interference, a Marist College poll reports.

President Trump's approval rating in one of the major daily tracking polls has improved significantly and is now higher than President Barack Obama's on the same date of his first term.

Most Democrats, 87 percent, believe the Federal Bureau of Investigation is "just trying to do their job", according to the Marist poll.

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Voters are now virtually evenly split on Trump's handling of taxes: 45% approve and 47% disapprove.

The latest poll, which came out on February 7, 2018, puts Trump's approval rate at 48%, with 51% disapproving.

Over the objections of the FBI, which cited national security concerns, the Republicans released their highly controversial "bombshell" memo that was suppose to blow holes in the Robert Mueller investigation and all but exonerate President Trump.

Today, according to the same aggregator, Mr. Trump's average approval rating is 42.4 percent, and his average disapproval rating is 53.8 percent - a net negative of just 11.4 percent. That stands in contrast to the majority of Americans, 56 percent, who say that Mueller has been fair during his probe so far.

The issue of immigration is not worth a government shutdown, 66 percent of voters say. The margin for sampling error is ±3.3 percent points among all voters; it is larger for subgroups.