More than half of respondents rated economic conditions as either excellent or good, while only 9 percent said they were poor—that's the lowest such rating since immediately after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, Gallup reported.
In March, 129,000 private sector jobs were added, falling far below the 173,000 expected.
Unemployment is low, but it's mainly Hillary Clinton voters who are seeing the gains. Meanwhile, Republicans on the campaign trail have been quiet on the subject.
"Better buckle up ... it could be a wild ride in 2018."
The new White House communications director complained to Obama in 2010 that Wall Street was being "whacked" like a piñata.
One Democratic super PAC believes this is where the president should be attacked.