Trump sounded depressed as he talked about the polls he sees and the poor marks he is getting from voters for his failed coronavirus response.
Most Americans by now agree that President Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has been disastrous, or at the very least, sorely lacking.
A majority, 51 percent, disapprove of the response his administration has had in handling the spread of the disease in the U.S., with 46 percent approving, according to a recent Quinnipiac University poll.
While Trump calls Obama the worst president in history, even his own campaign manager acknowledges that the American people are satisfied with the current commander-in-chief.
Our GOP Congress says people just don't like or approve of Obama, but he's the guy near 50 percent, while they're down to 14 percent approval
One of the dirty little secrets about presidents and approval ratings is that more often than not the numbers are governed by pocketbook politics. Both Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan inherited recessions early in their terms, and interestingly, Obama is has a higher approval rating that Reagan at the same point during their first terms. Obama is actually stronger than Reagan was right now.