Poll: Only 74% Of Republicans Now Approve Of Trump's Job Performance, A New Low

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The previous low was 78 percent, reached in April. Trump's overall approval rating stands at just 38 percent.

A recent Washington Post/ABC News poll reveals that President Donald Trump is losing support among Republicans as the House’s impeachment inquiry presses forward into its next phase.

The Post reported that Trump’s approval rating among Republicans fell to a new low, hitting just 72 percent this month. The previous low was 78 percent, recorded in April.

However, the president still enjoys majority support from his party, with 64 percent of Republican voters saying they “strongly approve” of the job Trump is doing.

Unsurprisingly, disapproval of the president rose among Democrats to 91 percent, and with independent voters, Trump has a 57 percent disapproval rating.

Overall, the president’s approval rating stands at 38 percent, The Post reported.

The country remains split along partisan lines when it comes to impeachment, the poll found, with 49 percent of voters saying Trump should be impeached and removed from office, while 47 percent disagree.

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Comments (2)
No. 1-2

Still way to high, but I'll take it. Finally starting to wake up.

The Banality of Evil
The Banality of Evil

The real question is "Why is it over 1%?" Trump is a despicably horrible man who has disgraced his office ever since his "weird shit" inaugural address.

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