Trump has lost ground in the states that supported him to become president
54% of US voters disapprove of their mandate.
The honeymoon that Donald Trump had in the last two months in the polls seems to be a thing of the past.
The approval levels of President Donald Trump fell to new historical lows in a survey conducted in 50 states throughout the month of March.
The Morning Consult survey found that Trump’s approval among registered voters is now only 41% while his disapproval increased to 54%.
This is a record number for the tycoon. The lowest indicators of Trump had arrived in the months of October and November of 2017 when his approval was 42% and his disapproval of 53%.
Pollsters also found that Trump’s approval declined month by month in several key states that backed him during the presidential election, including a worrying 9 percent drop in Iowa, and 6 percent in Idaho and Tennessee respectively.
The one-month survey collected data from 97,693 registered voters in each state as well as Washington, DC In the most recent survey average of RealClearPolitics, Trump’s approval only reaches 41.8%, compared to an average disapproval rating of 53.3%.
The worrying numbers of Trump with a view to the November legislative elections contrast with the month of February when the president received his highest rating so far in his government with a 44% approval.
According to the Trump survey, it is losing adherents for several reasons. 52% of respondents say they agree that the president is a liar, 54% say that the tycoon has not fulfilled his promise of “Make America Great Again” and finally 57% is still upset by the lack of knowledge of your tax returns.