Trump's Approval Rating Craters, Down to Only 33% in Latest Poll

by Dwayne Torres August 4, 2017, 0:11
Trump's Approval Rating Craters, Down to Only 33% in Latest Poll

Only 34 per cent of Americans view him as honest, 63 per cent say he does not have good leadership skills and another 63 per cent say he does not share their values.

That's a 7-point swing in Democrats' direction since last week, when voters were split at 40 percent for each party. It also stated that American voters say 54 to 26 percent that they are embarrassed rather than proud to have Trump as president. This is President Trump's lowest approval and highest disapproval number since he was inaugurated.

The latest Rasmussen poll found that Trump's approval rating had sunk lower than even Obama's worst level of approval throughout his two terms.

But the Quinnipiac poll wasn't the only ones showing the startling figures.

60 - 32 percent Republicans disapprove. For his total approval to fall, then, the decline would have to come from demographic groups that have more room for his approval to fall. Sixty-two percent of American voters disapproved of his job performance. The data marked the lowest approval rating that the polling group had recorded for the president since he assumed office.

The poll was conducted from Thursday till Saturday, which was before Anthony Scaramucci was sacked as White House communications director and was already in the field when Reince Priebus left the chief of staff position.

China Thinks Trump Tweets Way Too Much
Li maintained that Beijing also opposed Pyongyang's nuclear and missile tests. Francesco Sisci of the People's University of China told Radio Sputnik.

A new report from The Trevor Project explains that their LGBTQ crisis hotline saw a dramatic spike in calls from transgender youth shortly after Trump released those tweets.

In general, voters have a low opinion of how Trump's White House is operating.

House Majority PAC, which supports Democratic congressional candidates, hired Expedition Strategies to conduct the survey of 1,000 white likely voters without college degrees in key congressional districts in June and July.

A Quinnipiac University national poll released Thursday found that 68% of American voters think that transgender people should be allowed to serve.

Most Americans believe transgender people should be allowed to serve in the US military, according to a new poll.

Just over half of voters disapprove of Mr Trump's handling of the economy; 59 per cent disapprove of his foreign policy and 65 per cent object to his handling of health care.

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