The rating of the President of the United States Donald trump has fallen to its lowest level since the inauguration. According to the results of the weekly poll company Gallup, and his work is supported by 37 percent of respondents, 58 percent no. This trend continued during the first months of his stay in power.
The rating of the President of the United States Donald trump has fallen to its lowest level since his inauguration. This was reported in the daily Gallup poll, conducted March 18 and published on its the website.
The activity of the political leader support of 37 percent of those surveyed, 58 percent do not support it. On January 22, when was held the first such data collection, the number of positively and negatively responded about the trump Americans was equal to 45 percent.
The trend of the low rating was maintained over the first months of his presidency.
At the end of February it turned out, the results derived from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal poll activity trump for President kindly appreciated 44 percent of respondents, 38 percent were dissatisfied. About one-third of Americans felt that a Republican can not cope with the duties of the President.
Presidential elections in the USA held November 8, 2016, Republican Donald trump defeated his main rival, a spokeswoman for the Democrats, Hillary Clinton.
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