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More voters in the poll said Obama's policies led to the high-performing economy while 40% said Trump deserves credit

Meanwhile, White House aide Kellyanne Conway said that President Trump "discovered" there doesn't need to be a "physical wall" along the country's entire southern border.

"Considered an intelligent person with a really bad report card, filled with far more "F's" than "A's" or "B's", the president is a long way from the Dean's list in the eyes of voters", Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll, said in a statement on Wednesday.

Voters' perception of the economy has never been higher, a new poll found.

Americans by an nearly 8 to 1 margin - 79 percent - think Dreamers should be allowed to remain in the country and apply for citizenship - putting most voters at odds with GOP immigration hardliners in Congress and the Trump administration, a new Quinnipiac poll said Thursday. When asked if Trump is honest, 63 percent said he is not. The same poll found that a plurality of voters (39%) graded Trump's first year in office as an F.

Trump on Saturday sent a flurry of tweets in defense of his intelligence and fitness for office, wherein he brandished his personal successes to support his assertion that he's a "very stable genius".

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According to the survey, which was conducted by the University of Georgia's School of Public and International Affairs, only 36.7 percent of respondents in the state approve of the job Trump is doing in office, compared with 58.7 percent who do not.

On the recently enacted Republican tax reform bill, voters disapprove of it, 52 to 32 percent.

Another 33 percent said the economy is "not so good" or "poor".

The poll was done January 5-9 with person-to-person interviews.

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