Reuters polls show that most Americans blame President Trump for the recent U.S. government shutdown.

Olivia London

2019-01-05 11:39:00 Sat ET

Reuters polls show that most Americans blame President Trump for the recent U.S. government shutdown. President Trump remains adamant about having to shut down the U.S. government in order to acquire at least $5 billion public finance for the southern border wall. This border security tax helps fulfill one of his presidential campaign promises on U.S. immigration, which has long been a major source of diverse vitality for the American dream.

The Trump intransigence is illustrative of his wider political philosophy, which often hinges on performing for the Republican base (rather than gauging the key popular mood of the whole country). The rapid rise of President Trump has been the natural result of his inclination toward *political tribalism*. This tribalism often leads Trump to design policies in a consistent way that places his political prospects squarely on the fervent loyalty of fellow Republicans. After losing House majority control to Democrats in the November 2018 midterm elections, President Trump entrenches himself and mocks those moderate Republican losers instead of expressing regret-and-contrition or pledging to collaborate with Democrats. The tactic works wonders for President Trump as 75% of Republicans favor building the border wall despite declining approval in the general polls.

 


If any of our AYA Analytica financial health memos (FHM), blog posts, ebooks, newsletters, and notifications etc, or any other form of online content curation, involves potential copyright concerns, please feel free to contact us at service@ayafintech.network so that we can remove relevant content in response to any such request within a reasonable time frame.

Blog+More
American parents often worry about money and upward mobility for their children.
Becky Berkman

2019-01-03 10:38:00 Thursday ET

American parents often worry about money and upward mobility for their children.

American parents often worry about money and upward mobility for their children. A recent New York Times survey suggests that nowadays American parents spen

+See More
President Trump remains optimistic about the Sino-American trade war resolution.
Monica McNeil

2019-02-05 10:32:00 Tuesday ET

President Trump remains optimistic about the Sino-American trade war resolution.

President Trump remains optimistic about the Sino-American trade war resolution of both trade deficit eradication and tech transfer enforcement. Trump now s

+See More
Agile lean enterprises remain flexible and capable of reinvention in light of new megatrends such as digitization and servitization.
Amy Hamilton

2020-10-20 09:36:00 Tuesday ET

Agile lean enterprises remain flexible and capable of reinvention in light of new megatrends such as digitization and servitization.

Agile lean enterprises remain flexible and capable of reinvention in light of new megatrends such as digitization and servitization. Shane Cragun and Kat

+See More
Senator Elizabeth Warren proposes breaking up key tech titans such as Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Amazon (FAMGA).
Becky Berkman

2019-03-21 12:33:00 Thursday ET

Senator Elizabeth Warren proposes breaking up key tech titans such as Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Amazon (FAMGA).

Senator Elizabeth Warren proposes breaking up key tech titans such as Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Amazon (FAMGA). These tech titans have become

+See More
CNBC reports the Top 5 features of Apple's iPhone X.
Peter Prince

2017-09-13 10:35:00 Wednesday ET

CNBC reports the Top 5 features of Apple's iPhone X.

CNBC reports the Top 5 features of Apple's iPhone X. This new product release can be the rising tide that lifts all boats in Apple's upstream value

+See More
Federal Reserve raises the interest rate again in mid-2018 in response to 2% inflation and wage growth.
John Fourier

2018-07-09 09:39:00 Monday ET

Federal Reserve raises the interest rate again in mid-2018 in response to 2% inflation and wage growth.

The Federal Reserve raises the interest rate again in mid-2018 in response to 2% inflation and wage growth. The current neutral interest rate hike neither b

+See More