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President Donald Trump has the highest disapproval rating of any president at this point in office

Donald Trump has the highest disapproval rating of any president at this point in office with 54% of Americans unsatisfied with his leadership

  • President Donald Trump has the highest disapproval rating of any president at this point in office sitting at 54% – the highest it’s been since October 2019
  • Opinion poll analysis website FiveThirtyEight published the numbers Tuesday 
  • ‘No president had a higher *disapproval* rating than Trump now has,’ site creator Nate Silver tweeted Tuesday
  • The only president who came close to this high disapproval rating was Jimmy Carter at 52 percent at day 1,230 of his presidency 

President Donald Trump has the highest disapproval rating of any president at this point in office, according to a new poll. 

Opinion poll analysis website FiveThirtyEight shared startling numbers showing that Trump’s disapproval rate is at 54 percent, the highest it’s been since October 2019.

‘Trump’s disapproval rating has been on the rise again, now up to 54 percent. There were some presidents with lower approval ratings to this point in their first terms, but no president had a higher *disapproval* rating than Trump now has,’ site creator Nate Silver tweeted Tuesday. 

The only president who came close to this high disapproval rating was Jimmy Carter at 52 percent at day 1,230 of his presidency. 

The analysis site found 42.6% of Americans approve of Trump. 

President Donald Trump has the highest disapproval rating of any president at this point in office sitting at 54% – the highest it’s been since October 2019

According to FiveThirtyEight's poll analysis his approval rating is 42.6 percent and disapproval rating 54.1 percent

According to FiveThirtyEight’s poll analysis his approval rating is 42.6 percent and disapproval rating 54.1 percent

At 1,230 days in office Barack Obama had a 47.1 percent disapproval rating and 47.3 percent approval rating.

George W. Bush had a 49.9 disapproval rating and Bill Clinton a 37.5 percent disapproval rating at this point in term.

As the nation looks to Trump amid the coronavirus pandemic and George Floyd protests, the President’s disapproval has only risen.

Trump is also down by double digits to former Vice President Joe Biden in November‘s presidential election in a majority of polls.

At 1,230 days in office Barack Obama had a 47.1 percent disapproval rating and 47.3 percent approval rating. George W. Bush had a 49.9 disapproval rating and Bill Clinton a 37.5 percent disapproval rating at this point in term

At 1,230 days in office Barack Obama had a 47.1 percent disapproval rating and 47.3 percent approval rating. George W. Bush had a 49.9 disapproval rating and Bill Clinton a 37.5 percent disapproval rating at this point in term

The only president who came close to this high disapproval rating was Jimmy Carter at 52 percent at day 1,230 of his presidency

The only president who came close to this high disapproval rating was Jimmy Carter at 52 percent at day 1,230 of his presidency

Some polls have Trump’s net approval rate as low as 15 percent to Biden. According to the Rasmussen poll both sat at 49 percent at the start of May.

And the president isn’t taking his ratings well.

The president lashed out on Twitter after a Fox News poll had him behind Biden by eight points.

‘.@FoxNews should fire their Fake Pollster. Never had a good Fox Poll!” Trump wrote. He added, “Why doesn’t @FoxNews put up the CNBC POLL or the (believe it or not!) @CNN Poll?’ he tweeted on May 22.

‘Hope Roger A is looking down and watching what has happened to this once beautiful creation!’ he added.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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