President Trump has staked his appeal on his ability to handle the economy, but indicators have recently warned that the country could be headed toward recession.
President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama have the exact same overall approval rating, 42 percent, at the two-and-a-half-year mark of their respective time in office.
A YouGov poll shows President Donald Trump's net approval rating is worse than those of the progressive Democratic congresswomen he told to "go back."
Trump gave a military salute to one audience member who shouted the president would have "100 percent" approval ratings if he were covered fairly by journalists.
The president shared the Fox graphic with incorrect poll numbers on his Twitter account to his nearly 60 million followers, along with the caption: "Great news! #MAGA."
CNBC survey shows President Donald Trump's approval rating on the economy is still in positive territory but has fallen since summer 2018.
Trump's economic rating was the highest among the 14 domestic and foreign issues assessed in the poll.
"It seemed the more bad news befell Bill Clinton, the higher his approval ratings went," Scarborough said.
The last time "poor leadership" scored this high was during the government shutdown in 2013, when Barack Obama was president.
"The president's primary focus isn't on results in the polls, of which I think there are a number of them he's doing very well," Sanders said.
Trump's approval rating stands at 40 percent, up from a recent dip to 37 percent in January amid the longest government shutdown in the country's history.
Northam's popularity has fallen off a cliff.
More independents view Ocasio-Cortez unfavorably than favorably, the poll also showed.
Nearly half of Americans said they trust Pelosi more than Trump "on issues that are important" to them.
The House speaker also received a higher rating than Trump when respondents were asked who was doing a better job handling the shutdown.
Fifty-seven percent of registered voters disapproved of the job Trump is doing as president.
Forty-six percent of independents said Trump and the congressional GOP are primarily responsible for the shutdown, the survey shows.
Trump's high ratings among Republicans "make it unlikely that he will be denied the Republican presidential nomination in 2020," a Gallup poll concluded.
Ronald Reagan previously had the lowest average approval rating in his second year in office, at 43.3 percent, while Trump is at 39 percent.
Rasmussen Reports consistently gives Trump higher approval ratings than other polls.
Six of the seven biggest drops from November to December were in states that Trump won in the 2016 presidential election.
Trump's last approval rating low point was in August 2017, after his controversial Charlottesville remarks.
Melania Trump "seems to be, as many people noted, adopting all of the West Wing Trump aggressive language," author Lauren Wright said.
The first lady's approval rating dropped 11 percentage points in a couple of months.
Trump's campaign said 100,000 people requested tickets for Monday's rally for Senator Ted Cruz.