Politics Poll: Trump job approval hits new low

15:09  09 august  2017
15:09  09 august  2017 Source:   thehill.com

Trump's approval rating just dropped to a new low in his favorite poll

  Trump's approval rating just dropped to a new low in his favorite poll Win McNamee/Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump's approval rating just dipped to a new low in the latest Rasmussen poll, the survey that is often most favorable to Trump. Rasmussen found Monday that just 39% of likely US votersPresident Donald Trump's approval rating just dipped to a new low in the latest Rasmussen poll, the survey that is often most favorable to Trump.

President Trump ’s job approval rating hit a new low in November and has declined for three months straight, according to the latest Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll . The survey found that 41 percent approve of the job Trump is doing, compared to 59 percent who disapprove.

President Trump 's job approval rating has hit a new low , according to a new survey. A Politico/Morning Consult poll finds just 40 percent of registered voters approve of the job Trump is doing in office.

Trump warns North Korea it 'will be met with fire and fury' if it continues nuclear threats© Provided by The Hill Trump warns North Korea it 'will be met with fire and fury' if it continues nuclear threats

President Trump's job approval rating has hit a new low, according to a new survey.

A Politico/Morning Consult poll finds just 40 percent of registered voters approve of the job Trump is doing in office.

Just 18 percent of respondents approve strongly of the president's performance.

Trump's approval rating among Trump voters and Republicans has also dropped.

Eighty-one percent of self-identified Trump voters now approve of the job Trump is doing, down 5 points in a week.

About three-quarters of Republicans, 76 percent, approve of the job Trump is doing, meanwhile, down from 79 percent in last week's poll.

Trump's approval rating sinks even further in a series of new polls

  Trump's approval rating sinks even further in a series of new polls President Donald Trump's approval rating hasn't improved since he became the most unpopular modern president at the six-month mark of his presidency. A series of new polls on Wednesday showed that the president is becoming even more unpopular following a series of setbacks including the defeat of Senate Republicans' proposed healthcare law and the departure of his chief of staff and yet another communications director. A Quinnipiac University poll conducted between July 27 and August 1 and released on Wednesday showed the president had a 33% approval rating and a 61% disapproval rating.

President Trump 's job approval rating has dropped to a new low of 37 percent, according to the latest Gallup tracking poll . Only 37 percent of respondents approve of the job the president is doing, compared to 58 percent who disapprove.

President Trump 's job approval rating has reached a new low following his response to violent clashes at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., according to a new survey. A Politico/Morning Consult poll finds just 39 percent of voters surveyed approve of the job Trump is

The poll was conducted from Aug. 3 to 6 among 1,992 registered voters. The margin of error is 2 percent.

The president in recent days has been touting his successes since assuming office.

On Tuesday night, he urged people not to believe the "Fake News Suppression Polls."

"After 200 days, rarely has any Administration achieved what we have achieved..not even close!" he tweeted.

Earlier this week, he tweeted that his base is "stronger" and "far bigger" than ever before.

The poll was conducted before Trump on Tuesday ratcheted up the rhetoric on North Korea, warning Pyongyang's threats would be met with "fire, fury and, frankly, power."

Poll: Roughly 1 in 4 Americans say they'd follow Trump to the end, and about the same share totally reject him .
Donald Trump famously said early in the 2016 campaign that he could "stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody, and I wouldn't lose voters." For about 1 in 4 Americans, that just might be true, a new poll indicates. Asked if they could "think of anything that Trump could do, or fail to do, in his term as president that would make you disapprove of the job he is doing," about 60 percent of Trump supporters said no, according to a new nationwide poll released by Monmouth University in New Jersey. That's equivalent to about one-quarter of all Americans overall, given Trump's current level of support.

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