Things are so bad for Donald Trump that he has set the record for having the lowest approval rating of any president during their first six months in office in U.S. history.
Just 36 per cent of Americans approved of Mr Trump's performance according to the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll, as the Russian meddling in the 2016 election and the President's awkward overseas interactions continue to influence his assessment.
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Most participants (55 percent) thought Trump's G20 summit visit was not sucessful.
Though responses split along partisan lines, the poll found that 60% of Americans believe Russian Federation interfered in the presidential election, and 44% thought Trump benefitted from it, while almost 40% said they thought the Trump campaign might have colluded in it. In those counties, the president's approval rating clocks in at 50 percent, compared to 46 percent who disapprove of his job performance.
The survey released yesterday showed just 36% of Americans thought he was doing a good job. Just 24 percent said they were "very confident" that Trump puts the nation's interests ahead of his businesses or family when dealing with foreign leaders.
Comparatively, approval ratings remained low among non-white Protestants, college educated white women, Hispanics, and blacks.
Trump's tweets are also a concern, according to the survey, with 67 percent of Americans saying they disapprove of his use of Twitter.
The Post-ABC poll was conducted from July 10-13 among a random national sample of 1001 adults via on both mobile and landline phones.
Trump beat Hillary Clinton in these "surge" areas nationwide by a combined 65 percent-to-29 percent margin in 2016.