According to a new poll, new President of United States, Donald Trump’s approval rating reaches at 39%.
The latest Pew Research Center poll revealed on Thursday shows the president at a historic low compared with prior presidents in their first weeks in office.
The 39 percent of the poll found the approval of his job performance, while another percent, 56% disapprove.
Comparing to prior President Barack Obama got a 64 percent of his approval in the February after he began his first term. While President George W. Bush had 53% of his approval rating in his first month in office. In addition, his father, President George H.W. Bush, had a 63% approval rating, Moreover, President Bill Clinton had a 56%. And the last is President Ronald Reagan which got a 55% approval rating.
The poll found opinion on president Trump is sharply polarized – 75% either approve or disapprove of the president.
The 60% believe based on poll that Trump has kept his promises and 54% believe is ability to get things done. While 68% do not believe Trump is “even-tempered”, and the rest 28% believe he is.
The research surveyed on 1,503 adults by the Pew Research Center, conducted on Feb. 7-12.