17 July, 2017
Overall, 48 percent of those polled said they "disapprove strongly" of the current United States president's performance in office.
The only other president to experience similarly low approval ratings during his first six months in office was Gerald Ford, who had 39 percent in February 1975.
Gallup did not ask the personality and issue items consistently during the Bush or Obama administrations, but the 33% in the July survey who said Trump has the personality and leadership qualities a president should is far below any other single measurement in its trend.
Not only is Trump stunningly unpopular, but his support has already been reduced to base levels, and the bad news for this White House is that there is plenty of room for him to drop.
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In the same survey, only 37 percent of those polled said the Democratic Party "stands for something". Gallup has been conducting the approval rating poll of all US President's presidencies since Harry S Truman.
Opinions over Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election and whether the Trump campaign colluded with Moscow-a subject of multiple investigations-divided sharply along partisan lines. Also, 55 percent said that he is not making significant progress toward his goals. Sixty per cent also said that Russian Federation tried to influence the presidential election in favour of the Trump campaign, up 4 per cent from a survey conducted in April.
Half of those surveyed said they prefer the existing health care system, with only 24 percent favoring a Republican-led legislation, a controversial reform that has been put on hold in Senate due to opposition from within. Seventy percent say Trump has acted in a way that is "unpresidential".
However, that is not the case for Trump, particularly among Democrats and independents, but also a fair number of Republicans.
The Post-ABC poll was conducted July 10-13 among a random national sample of 1001 adults reached on mobile and landline phones.
The Washington Post said the margin of sampling error for overall results is plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.