President Donald Trump’s acceptance rating features slightly fallen to 35 percent, nearing the lowest stage of his presidency. | Michael Reynolds-Pool/Getty Photos Poll: 40 percent of voters believe Trump is definitely fit to end up being president, a fresh low
Only four in 10 registered voters believe President Donald Trump is fit for office, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday.
The 40 percent tag is a fresh low for respondents to the Quinnipiac survey, which asked the same query in September and October. Fifty-seven percent of respondents to the latest poll said Trump isn’t fit for the office he holds.
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While 86 percent of self-identified Republicans said Trump is fit to serve, an overwhelming 93 percent of Democrats said the contrary. And almost 60 percent of independents agreed with Democrats who explained Trump isn’t fit to serve as president.
Ninety-three percent of people who identify as black and 70 percent of people who identify as Hispanic said Trump isn’t fit to serve. Light voters, however, were generally split on the query of Trump’s fitness for workplace: 49 percent said he is fit; 48 percent explained he isn’t fit.
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Trump’s approval rating has slightly fallen to 35 percent, nearing the lowest point of his presidency – 33 percent on August. Almost six in 10 respondents explained they disapprove of just how Trump is handling his task as president.
Eighty percent of Republicans approve of Trump’s job as president, while 91 percent of Democrats and 63 percent of independents disapprove. Ninety-one percent of dark, 70 percent of Hispanic and 50 percent of bright white voters, respectively, disapprove of Trump’s task as president.
And a majority of registered voters said Trump isn’t honest (58 percent), doesn’t have good leadership expertise (59 percent) or care about average Americans (59 percent), isn’t level headed (65 percent), solid person (58 person) or intelligent (55 percent) and will not share their values (62 percent).
The survey of just one 1,577 registered voters was conducted Nov. 7-13 via landlines and cellphones. It includes a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.