Trump's Approval Rate Down 11-Points With Evangelical Voters

President Donald Trump's approval rating with evangelical voters, widely considered his base of support, has dropped 11-points since the beginning of his Presidency according to the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll.

President Donald Trump's approval rating with evangelical voters, widely considered his base of support, has dropped 11-points since the beginning of his Presidency according to the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll.

During a four-week period in August, 62 percent of white evangelicals said they approved of Trump, while 33 percent disapproved of the president and 5 percent said they had “mixed feelings.” That’s a significant drop from the first four weeks of Trump’s presidency, when 73 percent of white evangelicals approved of his performance while 23 percent disapproved and 5 percent had mixed feelings.

“When your base is starting to even slowly move away from you, that should be a sign of concern,” Justin Vaughn, director of the Center for Idaho History and Politics at Boise State University in Idaho, told Reuters.

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