The president's net disapproval rating is down by more than 2 percentage points since last month, despite a rise in COVID-19 cases.
"The polls are looking great," the president's son told host Sean Hannity, adding that he sees "more enthusiasm going into 2020 than I did in 2016, and we're going to win."
A new poll found the Republican incumbent held a five point lead over his Democratic challenger with three months left until polling day.
The poll found that 43 percent of voters would choose Biden in a present-day matchup—40 percent would choose Trump.
Polls show Biden leading Trump by 11 percentage points in Michigan and 12.4 points in Wisconsin, two crucial swing states.
The election surveys from the state tend to favor Republican nominee Roger Marshall, but the contest could still be close.
A majority of Americans say they disapprove President Donald Trump promoting the use of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the novel coronavirus, shortly after a top Trump administration official broke with the president on the use of the anti-malaria drug, according to a new poll.
A majority of President Donald Trump's supporters say they won't accept the presidential election results if presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden wins by mail-in ballots, according to a new poll.
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden nearly doubled his lead over President Donald Trump in one week, according to a new national poll.
A new poll suggests that at least half of registered voters believe passing a health care reform bill should be "a top priority" for Congress.
An approval rating tracker found the president was backed by just 40.2 percent of Americans as of Wednesday morning.
"Americans are grappling with the reality that the virus isn't going away anytime soon and they're trying to find ways to maintain some social contact without putting themselves at risk."
A series of new swing state polls showed Republican Senators in real danger of losing their seats at the November elections.
More than half of Americans told pollsters they would support the forced closure of restaurants and bars to tackle the spread of the coronavirus.
With 100 days to go before the 2020 presidential election, most national and battleground state polls say presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is in the lead.
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade told Trump campaign spokesman Hogan Gidley: "Don't call the Fox News pollsters fake."
The incumbent senator has consistently polled behind former astronaut Mark Kelly in the past few months.
A new poll suggests that a large majority of Americans, including most Trump supporters, would support a face mask mandate that includes jail time or fines for those who refuse to adopt the preventative measure.
Vice President Mike Pence said he is unconcerned by an overwhelming number of recent polls showing President Donald Trump trailing Joe Biden, with Pence declaring "polling is broken in America."
The latest Ipsos survey found that more than one in five U.S. adults felt health care was the most pressing problem facing the country.
The president also polled poorly among all U.S. adults, with half saying they disapproved of his record in office.
One pollster said Biden may have a problem with enthusiasm among his base heading into the November election.
New polling data finds that little more than third of U.S. adults are comfortable eating out at a restaurant today.
Older voters were more likely to say the U.S. was out of control amid a fresh spike in new coronavirus infections.
American opinions towards police, the Black Lives Matter movement and the removal of Confederate statues depend largely on race and political affiliation.
According to a Real Clear Politics average of polling data, 55.8 percent of Americans disapprove of the president's overall job performance, while 41.5 percent approve.
According to the poll, 57 percent of the poll's respondents said they would vote for Biden if the 2020 presidential election were held today, compared with 32 percent that said they would vote for Trump. The remaining 10 percent said they didn't know or had no opinion on the question.
The former vice president was still 10 points ahead of the president among all U.S. adults polled by Optimus last week.
A little more than 60 percent of French people said they had a worse view of China amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.