Trump's high ratings among Republicans "make it unlikely that he will be denied the Republican presidential nomination in 2020," a Gallup poll concluded.
Only 30 percent of registered voters said they would vote for President Donald Trump in a new poll.
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.
Cost and access were rated the greatest problems in the U.S. healthcare system.
Rasmussen Reports consistently gives Trump higher approval ratings than other polls.
A considerable number of GOP respondents in a poll expressed that they would not be comfortable seeing a woman in the Oval Office.
President Donald Trump has said forcing a government shutdown over border wall funding is a winning political move, but a significant majority of American voters think otherwise, according to a poll released Monday.
Six of the seven biggest drops from November to December were in states that Trump won in the 2016 presidential election.
Most of the veterans and service members polled agreed military members' families should also be protected.
Trump isn't the commander in chief many Americans are looking for, according to a new survey.
A majority of voters, 71 percent, say that a president should be subject to being charged with a crime while in office rather than after, according to a new Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday.
Although some people felt freer to speak their mind than others, overall there was no vast majority that felt comfortable.
Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren argued that President Donald Trump must stand his ground on the construction of the border wall, but the majority of Americans think otherwise.
More than 30 percent of Americans predict the U.S. economy will get worse over the next year.
The first lady's approval rating dropped 11 percentage points in a couple of months.
"He needs to expand his appeal and do better than break even on the economy if he wants another four years," said Republican pollster Daron Shaw.
The poll finds that Americans think President Donald Trump and the media are almost equally to blame for a worsening atmosphere in Washington D.C.
Donald Trump loves to talk about the stock market, but the stock market does not love the president's tweets, according to a majority of voters.
Half of U.S. high school students and teachers said they have little or no trust in the news media to report events accurately and without bias, a series of nationwide surveys found.
Even some in the GOP don't want four more years of Trump.
Fifty-six percent of Americans say that President Trump's decisions and behavior have encouraged white supremacist groups.
Trump received his best grades yet on the economy, but there was little else positive for the president in a new Quinnipiac poll.
About seven in 10 American voters—and four in 10 Republicans—want Trump to face a primary challenge, a new poll has shown.