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.
Only 39 percent of polled Americans said their state authorities had reopened the local economy and lifted stay-at-home measures too quickly.
Democrats looking to take Senate seats from Republicans in Arizona, North Carolina, and Georgia had a strong week in the polls.
U.S. voters supporting both major parties also strongly backed a requirement for police to use body cameras.
One election forecast put the president's odds of winning the electoral college in November at roughly one-in-ten.
A new poll finds that at least 55 percent of Mississippi voters support replacing the state flag with a new version that does not incorporate the Confederate battle flag.
A little less than half of Trump supporters said they would support a future COVID-19 vaccination being mandatory.
The New York Times and Siena College poll adds to polling putting the former vice president well clear of the White House incumbent.
The latest survey from Harvard/Harris pollsters found that a little more than a quarter of U.S. voters thought the country was headed in the right direction.
The former vice president has consistent polling numbers in his favor over President Donald Trump.
Thursday's poll numbers indicated that 50 percent of all registered voters surveyed said they would vote for Joe Biden if the election were held today
The president's high approval rating among the GOP base could largely be thanks to his "laser-like focus" on maintaining the loyalty of his supporters.
Less than a quarter of U.S. adults rate race relations in the country as excellent or good in the wake of protests against police bruality and racial injustice.
The former vice president leads the president by double digits in both states.
A summary by FiveThirtyEight of polls carried out in key states since May 1 puts the Democrat contender ahead of President Trump, which is in keeping with his lead nationally.
The forecast also predicted that Trump only had a 15 percent chance of winning a second term in office as of Thursday evening.
A new poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden with a lead over President Donald Trump in Florida, while several other recent polls also show Biden leading Trump in battleground states and nationally.
Gallup survey also found that the president's economic disapproval rating was at its highest level since November 2017.
Trump won the 2016 presidential election taking 306 electoral votes and defeated Hilary Clinton, which not only hinged on victories in red states, but in states like Michigan, New Hampshire, Maine, and Florida.
An approval rating tracker found almost 55 percent of voters disapproved of the president's record in the Oval Office.
As the movement to defund the police grows, legislators on Capitol Hill are pushing back on the concept.
The new survey also found that the president's favorability rating among white evangelicals had fallen since March.
The Democratic contenders continues to lead the incumbent Republican by significant margins in national polls, while also appearing to be ahead in key battleground states.
The survey also found that voters were split on whether protests could lead to a reduction in police brutality across the U.S.
The former vice president was also more trusted to handle the coronavirus pandemic and race relations amid ongoing protests.