President Trump's job approval rating has dropped 5 points in Fox News surveys since last month.
According to a poll released Wednesday, 43 percent of voters approve of the job the president is doing and 51 percent disapprove.
In February, 48 percent approved and 47 percent disapproved of the president's performance.
The poll also finds that 48 percent of voters feel the economy is getting better, up from 37 percent in an October 2016 poll. Another 29 percent feel like the economy is getting worse, and 19 percent think it's staying the same.
Forty-seven percent of voters approve of Trump's handling of the economy and 45 percent approve of his handling of terrorism.
On immigration, 41 percent approve of how the president is dealing with the issue. Only 35 percent approve of the president's handling of healthcare, and just 33 percent approve of how he is dealing with U.S.-Russian affairs.
A majority of voters, 54 percent, disapprove of the president's revised travel ban, and just 34 percent think the executive order makes the country safer.
When asked about Trump's tweeting habits, just 16 percent of voters said they approved. Half of voters disapprove of the president's tweeting and 32 percent "wish he'd be more careful" with what he tweets.
The poll was conducted from March 12 to 14 among 1,008 registered voters. Its margin of error is 3 percentage points.