QU poll shows President Trump's approval rating has hit new low

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The president has repeatedly broken records for low approval ratings in his first several months in office, and hasn't appeared to experience the traditional honeymoon period many new presidents are afforded.

"The #MAGA great again movement is WINNING, and the left-wing media can't stand it!", the president retweeted a message from Jacob Wohl, an investor and Trump supporter. No president in the history of polling has ever had worse ratings, and today, new polls find even Trump's ratings have never been worse than now. The poll, conducted July 27 through August 1, showed that only 43 percent of non-college white Americans say they approve of Trump, compared to 50 percent who disapprove, yielding a net approval of -7 points.

Just 33 percent of Americans approve of President Donald Trump nationwide, the lowest approval numbers that have been seen since his inauguration, according to a new Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday. Perhaps it's a quirk related to many Arkansas voters' ongoing reluctance to self-identify as Republicans, despite the electorate's shift toward the GOP; the Talk Business poll found strong approval for Trump among Arkansas independents.

Rasmussen is a decidedly Republican-leaning poll group.

The majority of Americans believe Donald Trump's administration is in chaos, a poll has revealed. It has a margin of error of 3.4 points.

More than 50 per cent of those surveyed also said Mr Trump has "attempted to derail or obstruct the investigation into the Russian interference in the 2016 election", and two thirds believe Russia did interfere.

59 - 34 percent of voters disapprove of the way Democrats in Congress are handling healthcare.

Trump announced that he would ban trans people from the military last week in a series of tweets.

Trump's numbers declined more among Republicans than they did among Democrats, who had already viewed the President unfavorably. But while it's one thing to support Mr. Trump over Hillary Clinton, it's quite another for radio and TV conservatives to willfully play the role of sycophants for this president.

Despite the turmoil surrounding Mr Scaramucci's sacking, Mr Trump took to Twitter to hail Monday as 'a great day at the White House!'