More than 50% Americans believed President Donald Trump is moving "too fast" in discharging his duties
Gallup, A polling organization, conducted a recent poll and released their findings on Thursday. 47% of the poll's 1,018 respondents said (to their opinion) Trump is on the fast lane. This is twenty five points more than Obama got in a similar Gallup poll conducted immediately he began his tenure, 35% told Gallup they thought Trump's pace was "about right."
Gallup considers three main Trump's executive orders since his inception;
suspending the Syrian refugee program; and temporarily barring entry to the U.S. of people from seven predominantly-Muslim countries and the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.

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According to the poll which was conducted on the 29th-31st January,  Of the three Trump's executive orders, the temporary entry restrictions from the seven nations was the most engaged, with 42% of those polled expressing approval, while 55 percent disapproved.
Donald Trump's order on the U.S.-Mexico border wall followed in approval rate, but it also had the highest disapproval rate of the three issues. 38% approved, while 60% did not approve, Gallup said.
The third is the suspension of the Syrian refugee program which had 36% approval rate in the poll, with 58 percent disapproved.
Trump's overall job approval rate among those polled was 43 percent, compared to 52 percent disapproval. 6% had no opinion. Approval of the orders, as well as Trump's job approval, was largely split along party lines
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