President Donald Trump smiles at the applause as he arrives for a National Governors Association meeting at the White House in Washington, D.C., Feb. 27, 2017. Reuters

Over half American voters — and nearly 90 percent of people who voted for President Donald Trump — believe Trump is delivering on his campaign promises, according to a Morning Consult/POLITICO poll out Tuesday morning. The poll results were published nearly six weeks after Trump took office, on the day of Trump’s joint address to Congress when he will lay out the key policy priorities of his presidency.

“We have a president who has done more in three weeks than most presidents have done in an entire administration,” said Trump adviser Stephen Miller earlier this month.

Although political experts rate that claim inaccurate, the majority of American people believe Trump is, at least, a productive president. Specifically, 56 percent of voters believe Trump is making good on his campaign promises, while 27 percent do not. Of Trump voters, 88 percent think the president is keeping his promises, while only 6 percent do not.

On the other hand, 50 percent of Clinton voters don’t believe Trump is keeping his campaign promises, and 30 percent do. That sentiment was reflected Monday by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.)

“I call him the deflector in chief,” she said. “He has no jobs bill, so he has got to talk about the press. He has no jobs bill, so he has to talk about kids, transgender kids in school. He has no jobs bill, so he has to talk about immigrants and have a ban on Muslims… All this is a deflection from the fact that he has done nothing.”

The poll also found that 40 percent of voters believed the government should be spending more on Medicaid. Only 21 percent believed the government should spend less, and 25 percent thought the government should keep spending about the same amount. But when it came to expectations about what Trump would do, the results came in differently — 49 percent believed Trump would spend less on Medicaid, and only 15 percent though he would spend more.