In a stunning sign that Donald Trump is poised to win the White House, the president’s approval ratings are plummeting, and his approval ratings on the economy are falling.
Trump’s approval rating is dropping as Americans increasingly view him as unfit to serve as president, according to a new Gallup poll.
His approval rating on the issue of the economy is plummeting as the country grows more worried about the cost of living, according a Gallup poll conducted in March.
As of Friday, 45 percent of Americans approve of Trump’s job performance while 40 percent disapprove, according the poll.
This is the lowest approval rating for a sitting president in Gallup’s polling history.
Meanwhile, disapproval of Trump continues to grow, with 41 percent of people disapproving of his performance while 37 percent approve.
The number of Americans disapproving has been steadily increasing since last week.
As the country’s economy continues to struggle, more Americans are worried about whether their children will be able to get ahead, the poll showed.
A whopping 57 percent of those surveyed say they are “very concerned” about their children not being able to afford college and other higher education.
While Trump has been in office for less than two weeks, he is already having a negative impact on the country.
According to Gallup, the U.S. is currently on track for its worst annual economic growth in more than a decade, and it has seen the unemployment rate increase to 11.6 percent.
Despite Trump’s dismal approval ratings, his popularity continues to climb.
He has a 58 percent approval rating among voters ages 18 to 34, while only 24 percent disapprove of his job performance, according with the Gallup poll released Friday.
As Trump has gained in popularity, the Republican Party has also seen a surge in support.
A new CNN/ORC poll released Thursday found that while the GOP has a 14-point advantage among voters with a college degree or higher, that margin is slipping to a narrow 12-point edge among Republicans under 30.
A majority of Republican voters also say that they are concerned about their ability to raise a family and support themselves financially, according in the CNN/orc poll.
A majority of those who said they were concerned also say they plan to stay home to raise their children, according.
On Wednesday, Trump signed an executive order that will slash funding for Planned Parenthood, defunding the health provider, and put a $1.5 trillion tax cut on top of that.
It is one of his most ambitious moves yet.
Despite the backlash he has received, Trump has still enjoyed a strong job approval rating.
The CNN/Orc poll showed that 54 percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning voters approve of his leadership, while 45 percent disapprove.
The poll also found that 56 percent of the public believes the GOP needs to change to take back the White Senate.
The CNN/CNN/ORc poll of 1,074 adults was conducted from Jan. 6 to Jan. 10 and has a margin of error of 3 percentage points.