Trump's rating has fallen to minimum since inauguration
Only 37% of respondents supported US president's activities
The rating of support of US President Donald Trump's activities fell to the lowest point during his presidency and now is 37%.
This writes The Hill with reference to the results of a poll conducted by the American Gallup polls service.
Only 37% of the respondents supported Trump's activities on his post, while 58% of the respondents rated it negatively.
Such data are based on a survey of 1500 adult US citizens. The relative error is 3%.
The drop in the rating occurred after the Republicans made a proposal for the cancellation and replacement of of Obamacare health program introduced under Barack Obama's presidency.
The publication also cites the reason for decrease in Trump's rating, the fact that last week federal judge in Hawaii blocked the second presidential decree about a temporary ban on entry to the US for citizens of several predominantly Muslim countries.
Earlier this month, a similar survey by Fox News showed that Trump's activities were retd positively by 43% of respondents, and 51% of respondents were dissatisfied with the work of the president.