Figures showed that the last U.S. president as unpopular at the same mark was Gerald Ford, with a 39 percent of approval rating in February, 1975.
On Thursday, President Trump will mark six months in office with the lowest approval rating of any president going back 70 years.
The poll found six in 10 Americans believe Russian Federation tried to influence the November election’s outcome.
“It’s surprising it’s not more”.
“There is no Russian evidence or any material that can be cited as evidence and legal complaint that Donald Trump and the Russians had any sort of collaboration in the election”, he noted. More than half of Americans think Democrats stand “just against Trump” while only 37 percent say the party actually stands for something. “The poll also raises concerns about Trump’s inability to get much done”.
Only 36% of Americans approve of trump as President, while 58% of respondents are not satisfied with the work of Donald trump.
Trump took to Twitter to respond to the findings of the poll.
Would you say that the more you hear about Trump, the more you like him? Each held a 59 per cent job approval rating in Post-ABC polling. Trump’s Bastille Day visit to Paris came a day after the poll ended. “They were met by a roughly equal number of Trump supporters”.
The poll also shows wide disapproval of Republican efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, with plans have come out of either the House or Senate.
So what did they say? Their answers to the poll shows a 29-point margin of preference of Oblamacare. What exactly are people thinking when they say they approve or disapprove of the way a president is handling his job? The remaining 30 per cent of Republicans say they prefer neither, something else or give no opinion. Republicans there can lose no more than two votes from their 52-member majority. Some 37 per cent say the party now stands for something, while 52 per cent say it mainly stands against Trump.
Trump’s behavior comes in for some criticism even in his own camp.
The ABC News/Washington Post poll was conducted from July 10-13 in both English and Spanish, reaching 1,001 adults nationwide via landlines and cell phones.
It was basically reversed for President Barack Obama at this point, with just 14 percent pointing to the man and 65 percent to his policies.