Trump approval in GOP-leaning poll drops below Obama's lowest

Trump approval in GOP-leaning poll drops below Obama's lowest
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President Trump’s approval rating this week has dipped below the lowest numbers of former President Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaObama warns of a 'decade of unfair, partisan gerrymandering' in call to look at down-ballot races Quinnipiac polls show Trump leading Biden in Texas, deadlocked race in Ohio Poll: Trump opens up 6-point lead over Biden in Iowa MORE, according to a Republican-leaning polling firm’s regular tracking.

The Rasmussen Reports tracking poll for Wednesday says 38 percent of likely voters approve of the job Trump is doing as president, while 62 percent disapprove.

A quarter of those polled said they strongly approve of how Trump is performing in the White House, while 50 percent strongly disapprove. 


The president, in previous months, has touted the Rasmussen poll on Twitter, calling it “one of the most accurate in the 2016 Election” while bragging about his approval rating at the time.

The president’s approval ratings in the conservative-leaning Rasmussen poll generally have been higher than in other polls.

Rasmussen Reports completes its daily tracking poll by surveying 500 likely voters each night over the phone. It reports the results on a rolling basis every three days.

The sample of 1,500 individuals has a margin of error of 2.5 percentage points.