Just 33 percent of Americans approve of President Donald Trump after his first six months in the White House, while 61 percent reject him, according to a Quinnipiac University (Connecticut) poll released today.
This 33% of favorability is the lowest registered by Trump in the surveys of the University of Quinnipiac, surpassing the 34% that obtained in the beginning of June.
The survey reveals that 55% of Americans “strongly disapprove” of Trump, while another 6% “disapprove of it in some way”, reaching the global figure of 61%, also the highest in the last six months.
Trump is also defeated among white Americans with no college education, their main ballot, with a 50 percent rejection and 43 percent approval.
Among the Republicans, 76% approve and 17% disapprove.
In addition, 52% of the respondents disapproved of their management of the economy, 59% of foreign policy, the same percentage that disapproves of their immigration policy, while 65% reject their management of health.
Of his personality, 62% think he is dishonest, 63% have no leadership skills and 59% do not care about the average American.
69% also want to stop using Twitter.
The poll was conducted between July 27 and August 1, days after Trump and the Republicans failed to overturn Obamacare and replace him with a reform that would leave millions of Americans uninsured.
The survey has a sample of 1,125 registered voters from all over the country and a margin of error of 3.4%.