President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump's newest Russia adviser, Andrew Peek, leaves post: report Hawley expects McConnell's final impeachment resolution to give White House defense ability to motion to dismiss Trump rips New York City sea wall: 'Costly, foolish' and 'environmentally unfriendly idea' MORE’s approval rating jumped to its highest point in roughly 11 months but remains underwater, a survey released Monday found.

The CNN poll, conducted from March 22-25, showed Trump with a 42 percent approval rating, up 7 points from the network’s same poll last month. Meanwhile, 54 percent of voters disapprove of Trump’s job performance.

Trump got positive marks on his handling of the economy, where 48 percent of people approve of his performance, compared to 45 percent who disapprove. 

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Just over 50 percent of voters disapprove of Trump’s handling of both gun policy and foreign affairs, the poll found.

This month’s CNN survey features Trump’s highest marks since April 2017, when the network found 44 percent of voters said they approved of Trump’s performance.

Monday's poll comes amid a string of personnel changes in Trump's Cabinet. Gary CohnGary David CohnOvernight Defense: Book says Trump called military leaders 'dopes and babies' | House reinvites Pompeo for Iran hearing | Dems urge Esper to reject border wall funding request An economic bragging rights referee Gary Cohn says he's 'concerned' no one is left in White House to stand up to Trump MORE, Trump's top economic adviser, resigned earlier this month, and Secretary of State Rex TillersonRex Wayne TillersonOvernight Defense: Book says Trump called military leaders 'dopes and babies' | House reinvites Pompeo for Iran hearing | Dems urge Esper to reject border wall funding request Kudlow says Trump 'looking at' reforming law on bribing foreign officials Trump called top military brass 'a bunch of dopes and babies' in 2017: book MORE was forced out a short time later.

Trump has since announced national security adviser H.R. McMaster is leaving early next month, and Veterans Affairs Secretary David ShulkinDavid Jonathon ShulkinFormer Trump VA secretary says staffer found plans to replace him in department copier VA under pressure to ease medical marijuana rules Press: Acosta, latest to walk the plank MORE is reportedly set to be the next to go.

Trump has personally been the subject of recent claims he had multiple extramarital affairs around 2006.

Adult-film star Stormy Daniels detailed her alleged affair with Trump during an interview that aired Sunday on "60 Minutes," while former Playboy model Karen McDougal shared her story late last week on CNN.

The White House has denied the women's claims.

Monday's CNN poll found 63 percent of Americans said they believe the women, while 21 percent said they believe Trump's denials of those affairs.

The poll of 1,014 adults had a margin of error of 3.7 percentage points.