President Trump's Approval Rating Hits New Low in Yet Another Poll

President Trump's Approval Rating Hits New Low in Yet Another Poll

President Trump's Approval Rating Hits New Low in Yet Another Poll

Voters, however, split 44 to 39 percent over whether USA government officials were right to leak Trump's reported information sharing to news outlets, according to survey results.

The week started with revelations that Trump shared highly classified information with Russian diplomats in a private meeting.

The survey queried national adults on their knowledge and opinions of two recent news stories about the president, finding that a majority were aware of them.

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USA officials told the Post that Trump described the details of an Islamic State terrorist threat related to the use of laptop computers on aircraft.

Trump has denied colluding with the Russians and called ongoing efforts to investigate him a "witch hunt". But a plurality of voters (44 percent) said those officials were right to leak the information to the media, arguing that it was necessary to alert our worldwide allies and the public about major breaches in national security protocol.

Forty-four percent of voters said the officials were right to leak the information, while 39% said the officials were wrong.

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Americans appear to have soured on Mr Trump after a tumultuous week in the White House during which the President fought back a steady drumbeat of critical news reports that ramped up concerns about his administration's ties to Russian Federation.

More than half of voters, or 58 percent, surveyed in a national Morning Consult/Politico poll released Friday said they believe it was inappropriate for the president to have reportedly disclosed such information to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak.

Meanwhile, 22% said they are "very confident" in Trump's ability to handle classified information, while 17% said they are "somewhat confident".

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The poll, which took place from May 14th to May 18th, found that 38% of the sample approved Trump, while 56% disapproves of the President's actions.

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