Not only does a clear majority of Americans not approve of Trump's job performance, but even more don't like him or his personal traits: He's not levelheaded, he's not honest, he's not a good leader, and he doesn't care about average Americans. On Wednesday, his outlook appeared no better, with the president reaching a 38 percent approval rating and 62 percent disapproval rating.
And though, as TIME reported this week of Rasmussen, "Trump has regularly tweeted links to the polling outfit, long a favorite among conservatives, when it's shown him doing better on his approval rating than other polls", he's not done so this week. Most of the movement toward the Democratic side of the ballot was driven by independents: 34 percent said they'd vote for a Democrat, up 4 points from last week, while 25 percent said they'd opt for a Republican, down 4 points.
For Mr Trump, the new poll sees his honesty, leadership and values ratings plummet. "Profound embarrassment over his performance in office and deepening concern over his level-headedness have to raise the biggest red flags".
The poll did find two positive views of the president's traits: 58% said the president was strong and 55% said he was intelligent.
By contrast, a microscopic 28 percent of Americans support Trump's handling of health care. And a look at Trump's net approval among non-college whites over time, according to Quinnipiac polls, shows a bumpy but pronounced drop since inauguration.
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The startling polling results come after two of the more hectic weeks at the White House since Trump was inaugurated.
39 percent in military households, believe transgender people should be allowed to serve in the military.
The poll surveyed working-class white voters in pivotal districts that Democrats are targeting in the midterms.
All of that helped push Trump's approval to a record low in this poll.
Republican voters remained the only demographic group opposed to allowing transgender people in the military.
Gallup data has also found the President sinking to a new low of 60 per cent disapproval and 36 per cent approval, according to a sample of 1,500 adults on 1 August with a 3 percentage point margin of error.