Trump's job approval rating has fallen six more points overall and an additional four points with Independents, when he is at 39% approval.
The number two Republican in the U.S. Senate went on Twitter this morning to boast about a new Gallup poll showing that Donald Trump’s approval rating is now at 43%. And of course he was immediately mocked on social media for pointing out something that most presidents would rather keep secret.
As Trump and his racist supporters have captured headlines with their demands to build a border wall and keep out immigrants, the truth is that more people want to leave the country than come in to it.
President Donald Trump likes to brag whenever his approval rating is rising in any poll. But the latest Gallup poll shows his approval rating is going in the opposite direction. Already historically low, the latest results from Gallup show Trump’s approval dropping to 38%, the lowest point of his presidency.
The new Gallup presidential approval rating daily tracker reveals that Republicans are running away from Donald Trump.
A new Gallup poll shows Trump's approval rating with Republicans is now sitting in the Nixon during Watergate territory that no president ever wants to be in.
For the first time in Gallup's history, the Republican Party's convention made voters less likely to support Donald Trump.
The mythical Trump bump may be nearing its end as a new poll shows that more Democrats are beginning to pay attention to the election.
Hillary Clinton supporters are extremely or very enthusiastic by 54% to Senator Bernie Sanders supporters who are extremely or very enthusiastic by 44%. So Democrats need not fear no matter which candidate wins the 2016 primaries. Both are capable of whipping up enthusiasm.
A new Gallup poll released today shows that 52% favor a Senate confirmation of Judge Merrick Garland and just 29% oppose it. (19% had no opinion, which is on par with previous polls on other nominees.)
Support for the tea party has hit a record low, as the American people are finished with the extremist right wing movement.
John Boehner's approval rating went up by 12 points with Independents and 11 points with Democrats after he announced that he was quitting Congress, but his disapproval rating remains higher than his approval rating. It's clear that the American people are happy to see Boehner go.
For the first time since polling began in 1999, Gallup found that there are more social liberals in the United States than social conservatives.
Since Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu arrived in the U.S., President Obama's approval rating has increased by 5 points in the Gallup poll.
Even Gallup's polling is showing President Obama's growing momentum. According to the Gallup Daily Tracking poll, President Obama's job approval rating has risen to a nineteen month high. By margin of 50%-45%, those surveyed approve of the job that President Obama is doing.
Two polls, one from Gallup that showed President Obama's approval rating surging with Hispanics, and one from CNN that showed that 68% of Americans believe that Congress isn't working with President Obama enough, have brought a bounty of good news to Democrats.
According to the Gallup Daily Tracking Poll, President Obama's approval rating has jumped a net 10 points from 45%/46% to 52%/43% since the Democratic Convention.
Gallup has released their 2010 poll of the most popular presidents of the last 50 years. While the two names at the top, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan, should surprise no one, George W. Bush made his first appearance on the list, and promptly established himself as the least popular living former president.
According to a new Gallup poll released today, President Obama has been helped by the midterm election that his party suffered. Obama has actually seen his approval rating rise by 4 points to 47%. Both George W. Bush and Bill Clinton saw their approval ratings fall after their parties lost control of Congress. Obama could be bucking the trend of falling approval ratings for Presidents who lose Congress.
Republicans and Fox News have been fantasizing about the prospects of Sec. of State Hillary Clinton challenging President Barack Obama for the 2012 Democratic presidential nomination, but a poll released by Gallup today should shatter that fantasy as an Obama versus Clinton rematch heavily favors Obama, 52%-37%.