That's based on the president's current approval rating - which the Monmouth University poll pegs at 41 percent.
A majority of Americans think President Donald Trump's response to violence that erupted at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was not strong enough, according to a poll released Wednesday. Moreover, Gallup reports that President Trump's approval among Republicans is at the lowest its been since taking office, as well, and was at 77% for the period between Friday and Sunday.
The latest average shows Trump's approval rating at 34 percent, the lowest point of his administration to date. Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, never did.
That sparked a firestorm of criticism from both Republicans and Democrats. (That includes the push to "rebuild the nation's infrastructure" - the policy focus of the Tuesday news conference in which Trump's carefully managed Monday statement about white supremacists was tossed in the shredder.) Strong Republicans and Trump voters generally see Trump as winning more than losing, but on things like repealing Obamacare and the opioid crisis, he's perceived as having stumbled.
Donald Trump hasn't had a war or a hurricane. Democrats and independents think they've gotten worse, but most Republicans think they're about the same.
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Overall, almost two in three respondents - 64 percent, up slightly from 60 percent in March - report they are embarrassed by Trump's behavior.
The new Marist poll found that 55 percent disapprove of Trump after seven months on the job. About 60 percent of respondents said they could not - this share amounts to approximately one-quarter of Americans overall.
Two-thirds of Americans viewed the auto attack that killed one person and injured 19 others at the protest as an act of domestic terrorism, the poll found.
"What's interesting about the incident in Charlottesville is we're seeing more consensus of Americans as a whole", said Barbara Carvalho, who directs Marist Poll at Marist College. US intelligence analysis determined North Korea has made a nuclear warhead small enough to fit on a missile.