Donald Trump’s presidential approval ratings remain steady despite the coronavirus crisis, according to The Telegraph‘s polls tracker.
The tracker, which takes an average of the last 10 polls, puts Mr Trump’s approval rating at 45 per cent, while 53 per cent disapprove of the way the president is doing his job.
Donald Trump’s term has been packed with controversy and intrigue but, underneath it all, few people seem to have really changed their minds about America’s 45th president.
His approval rating quickly slumped in the chaotic days after assuming office, with Trump achieving a majority disapproval rating in a record of just eight days. Three years in and facing a re-election campaign in November, he is far less popular than previous presidents at this stage of a presidency – but overall approval has generally remained above 40 per cent.
Soaring Covid-19 cases and a rising death toll have done little in shifting the dial on the Republican’s popularity among the American public.
And the president has suggested a delay to the looming November election on the basis of the pandemic and mail-in-vote concerns.
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