Trump Receives Lowest Six Month Approval Rating Of Any President

But there is some good news for Trump. Twenty-nine percent, however, said the constant chatter about Trump and his work as a president made them like him more.Things are so bad for Donald Trump that he has set the record for having the lowest approval rating of any president during their first six months in office in United States history.And 48 percent also see American global leadership weakening since Trump entered the White House, while 27 percent said it is stronger.Sixty-three percent of Americans polled thought Donald Trump Jr.’s June 2016 meeting with a Kremlin-linked lawyer was inappropriate, according to ABC News.The poll indicated that the Russian government’s meddling during the 2016 election would continue to haunt Trump’s presidency; 60 percent of national adults believed Russia tried to influence the election outcome and 44 percent believed that Trump benefited from that influence.- President Donald Trump took to Twitter Sunday morning to call out what he referred to as “fake news” that is “distorting democracy”, and an “inaccurate” poll.A survey conducted by ABC News and The Washington Post found that just 36 percent of Americans approved of the president’s job performance.There is also doubt about how President Trump deals in the worldwide arena.On a health care bill supported by Republicans in a bid to overhaul the country’s existing system, half of those surveyed said they prefer the current one, and only 24 per cent favoured the Trump-proposed legislation. Seventeen percent “strongly” favour the GOP plan, which has yet to be explained in detail.Additionally, 57 percent of respondents said they like Trump less the more they hear about him, and 29 percent said they liked him more. Fifty-five percent of respondents said he was making no significant progress towards his policy goals.The Washington Post/ABC News poll was conducted July 10-13 and polled a sample of 1,001 adults by phone. Trump’s approval rating among those who describe themselves as conservative Republicans is 90 percent as compared to 5 percent who said they were liberal Democrats. In those counties, the president’s approval rating clocks in at 50 percent, compared to 46 percent who disapprove of his job performance.