Trump's approval ratings hit new low

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"The ABC/Washington Post Poll, even though nearly 40% is not bad at this time, was just about the most inaccurate poll around election time!" the president wrote. Overall, 48 percent say they "disapprove strongly" of the current US president's performance in office. The president who came closest to that mark was Gerald Ford, who saw a 39 percent approval rating six months into his term.

Despite Mr Trump's claims on the campaign trail to "make America great" on the world stage, the survey found 48 per cent believed the United States has actually been weakened.

Trump boasted of his deal-making abilities on the campaign trail, but majorities also did not back Trump in negotiations with foreign leaders-in particular Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom Trump met face-to-face for the first time at a recent G20 summit in Germany.

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However, In Trump's case, the disapproval rate accelerated quite rapidly because Trump's unpopularity comes just after six months of his presidency at the lowest as compared to Barrack Obama, whose disapproval went least in his sixth year of Presidency.

The president's job approval rating looks quite different in the counties that propelled him to victory past year, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. Two thirds said they do not trust Trump to negotiate with other world leaders on the USA behalf. Forty-eight percent say America is weaker than it had been before Trump took office, with only 27 percent saying it's stronger. Among groups, half of white evangelicals see him as a good role model, fewer than might be expected in a key support group. Topping the list of non-policy criticism is the way Trump talks and acts (13 percent), laments about him not being informed or knowledgeable (12 percent), while an additional 12 percent mentioned concerns about lies, false statements or general dishonesty. Overall, only 60 percent of Americans believe Russian Federation tried to meddle at all, illustrating the power of partisan news media to deflect the findings of several USA intelligence agencies. While 50 percent of Americans say they prefer Obamacare, only 24 percent favor the Republican plan.

Americans who disapprove of Trump focused heavily on the president's personal and character traits. More than half of Americans think Democrats stand "just against Trump" while only 37 percent say the party actually stands for something. If the economy stalls, or there's an unforeseen crisis that rattles the public's confidence, it's easy to imagine the president's approval rating collapsing further.

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