Trump’s first big report card is in. Photo: Ron Sachs/Pool/Getty Images Ninety-six percent of Americans who voted to elect President Trump would make the same decision again today, but only 42 percent of Americans approve of his handling of the job so far, according to a new ABC News/Washington Post poll published on Sunday. In the results of another new poll from NBC News and The Wall Street Journal, 45 percent of Americans say that Trump is off to a “poor” start, while only 40 percent of that poll’s respondents approve of Trump’s overall job performance (compared with 54 percent who disapprove). Either way, after nearly 100 days in office, Trump has earned the lowest approval rating of any U.S. president in the history of polls measuring early-term public opinion, and dissatisfaction with the president is increasing in a number of ways. As a more recent example, looking at the performances of the last three presidents in the NBC/WSJ poll, Trump’s 42 percent approval rating lags significantly behind Obama (61 percent), George W. Bush (56 percent), and Bill Clinton (52 percent). In the ABC/WaPo poll history, Trump’s 40 percent is way behind the 69 percent average approval rating that past… Read full this story
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