A new poll on Wednesday from Fox News - the only major news station Trump publicly admires - showed more than half of voters disapproving of his performance and believing he is unraveling the United States.
It comes on the heels of a separate Monmouth University poll that said six in 10 people who disapprove of Trump couldn't imagine anything he could do to make them change their minds.
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"What most disappoints me is he's such an incredibly flawed individual who has articulated so numerous values that I hold dear", said Trump voter Tony Sciullo, an insurance company president. Only 31 percent of Republicans said they agreed with Trump on all or almost all issues, while 30 percent agreed on few or no issues.
Asked to describe the president in a single word, participants called Trump "outrageous", "dishonest", "disappointing" "narcissistic", "an abject disappointment", "unique", "not ready to be president", "off the scale", "crazy", "unbelievable" and "contemptible".
Still, Republicans in the poll largely agreed with Trump, with only 23 percent saying that the white supremacists, who came to Charlottesville-in many cases armed with weapons-to protest the removal of a Confederate statue, were more to blame for the unrest.
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"I guess I question what he's trying to do, and don't fully understand it", said Russell Stitt, a Republican who voted for Mr. Trump.
Trump is "tearing the country apart", according to 56 percent of poll respondents, while 33 percent think he's "drawing the country together". Even among Trump voters, he's only at 57 percent approval on race relations.
Trump's approval rating in the Fox News poll is his worst to date. Vast majorities of Democrats and Democratic-leaners disagree with these assessments, although about 1 in 5 Democrats, or 21 percent, say they trust him on trade.
Voter satisfaction with the country's direction has also taken a noticeable drop compared to five months beforehand. Only 13 percent say that the President finds white supremacists to be more objectionable.
The degree to which some Trump voters have already soured on the man they have voted for isn't surprising.
That's a remarkable belief to hold about a president, though, obviously, it's in keeping with the broad view that Trump doesn't respect minority groups.