President Donald Trump attends a meeting with House Deputy Whip team at the East room of the White House in Washington, D.C., March 7, 2017. Reuters

While there has been much uncertainty about what Donald Trump will do as president, a majority of voters have said they expect him to fulfill the majority of his campaign promises within his first year in the White House. From repealing and replacing Obamacare to reducing immigration, voters said they believe Trump will get the job done, a Morning Consult/Politico poll released Wednesday indicated.

There is one area where voters have noticeably less belief in the president’s ability to keep his promises within the first year, however: building a wall with Mexico. Forty-six percent of voters said it was either very likely or somewhat likely that a wall on the Mexico border will be accomplished during the next year, with 44 percent saying it was either not too likely or not likely at all.

But, whether they were supportive of the agenda, voters were more confident of Trump fulfilling his other main campaign vows early on. It may provide Trump with some particular reassurance that those promises included his assurance about replacing the Affordable Care Act.

Republicans rolled out their replacement plan Tuesday for what Trump has called the “complete and total disaster” of Obamacare, however it was met with widespread disapproval from both Democrats and Republicans.

But in the poll, which surveyed close to 2,000 voters and was taken before the replacement plan was announced, 64 percent said it was at least somewhat likely that Obamacare would be repealed, with 62 percent voting the same way on whether the Affordable Care Act will be replaced. The poll had a margin of error of 2 percent.

There was an even stronger belief indicated by voters in other areas. On renegotiating trade deals, 66 percent said that was at least somewhat likely to be accomplished. Meanwhile, 67 percent indicated their faith that Trump would successfully remove environmental and energy regulations put in place by his predecessor Barack Obama. The current president has already begun rolling back environmental protections, something which a majority of Americans have indicated they are against.

Voters were also confident that Trump will keep his word on reducing the total number of immigrants, renegotiating trade deals, creating new manufacturing jobs and passing tax reform bill and infrastructure spending bills.