The outgoing president now faces majority disapproval, according to polls, having initially seen those asked to rate him more divided.
As of Monday, 51 percent of those who participated in the Rasmussen poll gave President Donald Trump a positive approval rating.
Trump voters who rank the president's post-election as poor have doubled since November.
The president has continued to push against Joe Biden's victory, although his avenues to overturn the outcome have narrowed.
Only George H.W. Bush, Jimmy Carter and Lyndon B. Johnson had lower approval ratings on their 1,425th day in office.
Trump's favorability rating record was 49 percent, according to Gallup. Biden's now stands at 55 percent.
President Donald Trump's job approval rating increased by 5 percentage points between October and November, according to information from the Harvard-Harris poll.
Disapproval ratings of the president also declined following the election, two new polls show.
FiveThirtyEight reports that President Donald Trump's approval rating is currently 44.7 percent—more than three percent higher than it was this time last year.
The president did not receive more than a 47 percent approval rating from U.S. adults at any point over the course of his presidency, 41 separate NBC News/WSJ polls show.
The president saw a dip in July amid the coronavirus crisis and while his rating has risen slightly it is near the level it was during his Senate trial.
The president is doing better than recent single-term presidents in terms of approval, though his numbers do not look positive compared to those who won reelection.
The president's net disapproval rating dropped from 15 points at the end of July to just 9 points at the end of September.
Former President Barack Obama's disapproval rating was 11 percentage points lower, at just 44 percent, ahead of his 2012 reelection.
President Donald Trump's approval rating on handling the novel coronavirus pandemic, the ongoing protests and relations with Russia has plummeted to the 30's, as he faced backlash from Republicans after he suggested to delay the November election, according to a new poll.
A solid majority of Americans say they disapprove of the job the president has done in response to the pandemic.
President Donald Trump has received his lowest approval rating since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new poll.
Conducted from April 1 to April 14, the survey asked 1,017 U.S. adults if they approved or disapproved the way the president is handling his presidency.
The new poll also said it is the first time disapproval of President Donald Trump's performance has been lower than approval.
Despite criticism over the Trump administration's response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Americans' views of the president are improving.
The president was also found to be more trusted on the economy than Democratic primary frontrunner Joe Biden.
The president's approval rating stood at 43 percent while almost 53 percent of Americans said they disapproved of his performance.
President Donald Trump's administration has faced criticism for the sluggish pace of testing potential coronavirus cases and the economy is also facing a potential downturn.
President Donald Trump, impeached with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, still has a net negative approval rating.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) has overtaken Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) as the country's least popular senator, according to the results of a new tracking poll.
Trump referred to his 50 percent approval rating from the prior day, but he has had numerous days of higher polling on Rasmussen Reports.
The poll shows that Americans continue to be split over whether Trump should be impeached and removed from office. However, support is increasing among Republicans.
Thirty-one percent of Republicans disapprove of the president's decision to withdraw troops in Syria, according to a Quinnipiac Poll released on Wednesday.
The Ukraine affair and the threat of impeachment is eroding Republican support for the president in North Carolina.