Donald Trump may have thought his “yuuuuge tax cuts” legislation would make it popular, but he’s actually dropped in terms of job approval according to Morning Consult to the lowest point of his presidency.
The latest Morning Consult poll, surveying over 97,000 Americans across all 50 states, puts his approval at just 41%.
From Morning Consult:
The new data — compiled from surveys conducted March 1 to March 31 among 97,693 registered voters in every state and Washington, D.C. — shows 41 percent of registered voters approving and 54 percent disapproving of Trump’s job performance, surpassing previous monthly lows from October and November, when 42 percent approved and 53 percent took the opposing view.
This marks a 4-point net decline from February (43% approval, 52% disapproval), and surpasses his previous monthly lows from October and November when 42% approved and 53% disapproved.
The changes were driven mainly by a loss of enthusiasm among the president’s independent and Republican supporters: Strong approval for Trump was down 2 points among GOP voters, to 45 percent, and 1 point among independents, to 13 percent.
Trump remains underwater in crucial battleground states: President Trump also saw his approval marks decline in key Senate battleground states in March. Here’s where Trump stands in key battleground states:
• Ohio: (46% approve, 50% disapprove) (-5 percentage point change since February)
• Montana: (50% approve, 46% disapprove) (-5 net change)
• Arizona: (48% approve, 49% disapprove) (-4 net change)
Click here for more info including an interactive map of the U.S. where you can see Trump’s approval changes over time since his inauguration.