Fox News poll: Trump has 55 percent disapproval rating

A Fox News poll shows the president's disapproval rating has reached 55 percent as the House impeachment inquiry continues to unfold.

The poll released Wednesday evening showed President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump denies telling Bolton Ukraine aid was tied to investigations Former senior Senate GOP aide says Republicans should call witnesses Title, release date revealed for Bolton memoir MORE with a 43 percent job approval rate, with 55 percent of respondents saying they disapprove of the job the president is doing and 1 percent responding that they "don't know."

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The 55 percent disapproval rate is 3 percentage points higher than the average in the Fox News poll throughout Trump's presidency and lands close to Trump's highest disapproval, occurring from Oct. 22-24, 2017. His disapproval rating in the same poll from September was 54 percent.

The approval and disapproval ratings have stayed pretty consistent this year, with the approval hovering in the low to mid-40 percent range and disapproval sticking in the low to mid-50 percent range. 

The 43 percent approval rate in this poll is 1 percentage point below Trump's average in the polls and 2 percentage points below the September poll's results.

The president's personal attorney Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiBolton book alleges Trump tied Ukraine aid freeze to Biden investigations: NYT Trump questions why NPR exists after Pompeo clashes with reporter Cotton: Democrats are 'upset that their witnesses haven't said what they want them to say' MORE's unfavorable rating experienced a 9 percentage point boost, with 53 percent viewing him unfavorably. Forty-four percent had an unfavorable view of the attorney in June. 

Giuliani's favorability rating went from 34 percent in June to 31 percent in the current poll.

This poll comes as the president faces an impeachment inquiry in the House after a whistleblower report indicated he asked the Ukrainian president to look into his potential 2020 opponent, former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump denies telling Bolton Ukraine aid was tied to investigations Former senior Senate GOP aide says Republicans should call witnesses Title, release date revealed for Bolton memoir MORE, and his son. The request came days before military aid was withheld from the country.

The whistleblower report and additionally released text messages have linked Giuliani to the Ukraine controversy in attempting to get the country to investigate Biden.

The poll reached out to 1,003 registered voters between Oct. 6-8 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.