The NBC/WSJ poll's dip in approval ratings for the president comes during a particularly challenging news cycle; with Trump facing ongoing allegations from adult film star Stormy Daniels that the pair enjoyed an affair shortly after the birth of his youngest son Barron, with wife Melania.
The conservative-leaning Rasmussen Reports Daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows 50 percent of likely US voters approved of the job Trump was doing compared to 49 percent who disapproved.
Those who disapproved of his performance made up 26.7 percent, up 1 percentage point from the previous week, while those who said they were unsure or declined to answer comprised 6.5 percent, up 0.3 percentage point.
President Donald Trump's approval rating has fallen by four points, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
China's trade surplus with US rises
They can not compete against the low-priced Chinese products, while its defence industry has limited buyers due to its high price. Both sides know that they will have the upper hand if they sound confident of victory when they make their threats.
Just hit 50% in the Rasmussen Poll, much higher than President Obama at same point.
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In its Monday release, Rasmussen took a shot at former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey for claiming in his new book that polls in October 2016 showed Hillary Clinton was more likely to win the presidency.
Only one polling entity tracked by RealClearPolitics had Trump leading going into Election Day: A collaboration poll between Investor's Business Daily and TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence that had Trump leading by two points. The Monmouth University poll showed Clinton leading by six - the furthest off of any poll tracked by RealClearPolitics.