Like his presidency, Donald Trump’s approval ratings is living in the gutters. Since he took the oath of office back in January, controversy has followed the beleaguered man and his doomed presidency.
Trump’s approval rating neared his all-time low in the Gallup poll. The latest figure in Gallup’s tracking survey, released Thursday, pegged Trump’s approval at just 35 percent, down from 38 percent at this point last week. He’s just one percentage point higher than his lowest rating ever of 34 percent. To make matters worse for the commander-in-chief, Trump’s disapproval was nearing his all-time high, as well. It stood at 60 percent, just one percentage point off from his all-time high of 61 percent in early September. The Gallup poll surveys 1,500 U.S. adults and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.