Yikes - Even Right-Leaning Rasmussen Poll Has Trump Approval Rating Under 40%

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This is the first time Rasmussen's Trump approval rating has dipped below 40 percent.

"Polling shows 1 in 8 Trump voters are having 2nd thoughts...polling shows the surge counties Trump won by 36 points - his net approval there is now just 16 points".

Trump has no signature legislative accomplishments, his administration is encircled in scandal and controversy, and America - even in conservative polls - thinks he's doing a poor job.

Just 39% of likely USA voters approve of Trump's performance as President according to the Rasmussen tracking poll released July 31, while 26% strongly approve, and 61% disapprove.

US President Donald Trump's approval rating has dropped to a new low, according to a pollster which is Trump's favorite because it has consistently given him better marks than other polls.

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"Trump supporters and Republicans in particular absolutely loathe Obamacare", Coombs said, adding that they find it "disappointing" to see no action taking place on former President Barack Obama's signature healthcare achievement. Sixty-one percent (61%) disapprove. It has a margin of error of 2.5 percent.

The Gallup numbers include a big warning sign for Trump in states that have always been among the reddest parts of the Republican coalition, Texas, Arizona and Georgia.

Previous polls conducted by the same organization, the Public Policy Institute of California, found Trump at 30 percent approval among adult residents in January, 31 percent in March, and 27 percent in May.

At the time, Trump tweeted: "The new Rasmussen Poll, one of the most accurate in the 2016 Election, just out with a Trump 50% Approval Rating".

According to Monday's daily presidential tracking poll from Rasmussen, Trump presently maintains a 39 percent approval grade - another record low and his lowest number since taking office for this specific poll.

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