The latest Gallup poll shows President Trump’s approval rating ticking down to its lowest point in a year and a half, while registering the largest partisan divide in a presidential approval survey since Gallup began polling presidential approval in the 1940s.
Overall, President Trump’s approval ticked down from 49% in May and 39% in June to just 38% in July, his lowest approval rating since the government shutdown in January 2019.
Just 2% of Democrats said they approve of the job Trump is doing, compared to 92% of Republicans, an unprecedented partisan divide that underscores the hyper-polarization of modern American politics.
The president’s most precipitous fall came among a critical voting bloc, independents, whose approval of Trump dropped 6 points since June, from 39% to 33%, compared to a 3-point slip among Democrats and a 6-point jump among Republicans.
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