As many as 56% of registered voters said they are better now than four years ago, while 32% said they are worse, according to a Gallup poll.
The number represents a huge improvement compared to 2012 poll results under the Barack Obama administration, when 45% of voters said they were better than they were in 2008.
The poll was conducted before the first presidential debate with Joe Biden and before Trump tested positive for Covid-19.
A solid majority of 56 percent of Americans say they are better now than four years ago and the number is the highest ever recorded by Gallup.
President Trump shared it in a tweet:
More details of the poll are available on this link:
The current percentage marks a reasonable difference and shows that most of the Americans consider their life better under the current administration. This comparison is also important because in the last survey by Gallup when Obama was the president, the numbers were low and the current presidential candidate Joe Biden was a part of Obama administration then.