Trump Job Approval Rating Dips To 38 Percent, ‘Popularity Sinking Like A Rock’

Bradley Ryder - Author

Feb. 22 2017, Updated 3:13 p.m. ET

Donald Trump’s support is hemorrhaging rapidly, based on the latest Quinnipiac University survey. A new poll conducted by the group shows that only 38 percent of voters give President Trump a positive job approval rating.

AL posted the results of a survey that reveals troubling news for the new Republican president. Donald Trump’s job approval rating shows a 17-point gap between Americans who said they approve of the commander-in-chief’s job performance and those who disapprove. Reportedly, the latest statistics show a troubling trend for Donald Trump; the differentiation is the worst since the president was sworn into office.

Two weeks ago, Donald Trump’s approval rating was slightly higher. Forty-two percent of voters showed favorable ratings while 51 percent expressed overall disapproval.

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Tim Malloy is employed as the assistant director in charge of the Quinnipiac University Poll. He weighed in on the troubling statistics and said Trump’s job approval rating is “falling like a rock.” He calls the survey “terrible” for a sitting president in just the span of a month.


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