The last Gallup poll to report on Donald Trump’s approval rating shows the 45th president will leave the Oval Office with a dismal 34 percent approval.
The number of Americans who disapprove of the job Trump has done has skyrocketed to 62 percent.
Those are Trump’s worst numbers in the weekly tracking poll. His average job approval over 4 years is 41 percent.
It won’t be good news to Trump to learn that he lags far behind other recent presidents at this point in their time in office.
At this point in their first terms in office, the three most recent presidents – Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton – all fared much better in terms of approval rating.
Obama was at 54 percent, Bush was at 52 percent, and Clinton enjoyed 62 percent approval from the nation.
Of course, it goes without saying that all three of those men served two terms in the Oval Office.
See the graphic below.
As I recently reported, Trump’s approval rating hit another all-time low over at Pew Research which showed a sad 29% approval.
Trump has a 34% approval rating in a new Gallup poll, the worst rating in that poll he’s ever had as president.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) January 18, 2021
NEW: Gallup Poll posted its last approval rating of Trump’s presidency: He reached a record low of just 34%.
The 34% job approval rating is one point lower than his prior lowest single rating, registered on several occasions in late 2017, Gallup said. pic.twitter.com/1lRwz2gLer
— Laura Litvan (@LauraLitvan) January 18, 2021
Trump is departing office having averaged 41% job approval during his 4 years in office, lower than any other president in @Gallup polling history.
— John Anzalone (@JohnAnzo) January 18, 2021