The survey found that voters, by a 57-36 percent margin, disapprove of the job being done by the 45th president.
A poll completed between September 10 and 12 by Economists/YouGov shows approval ratings for Republican Congressional leaders are languishing at or near all-time lows, even among their own party. 14 percent that he is fit. By an overwhelming 63-35 percent margin, women feel he is not fit.
62% of voters disapprove of the way Trump is handling race relations, with 55% of white voters and 95% of black voters disapproving.
69% of voters want Trump to give up his Twitter account, which he has used in recent days to castigate professional athletes from the National Basketball Association and NFL, as well as his political opponents.
The August 16 national poll found 86% of USA voters want to negotiate with North Korea; but most not confident Trump can handle it. Sixty per cent of voters said Trump was doing more to divide the country than unite it. (Some hope that Trump is like a high fever that will pass, leaving the patient back to being his old self; I think that's unlikely, but it'd be nice if the fever theory turns out to be correct.) You can change a president or a presidential candidate but can you change a party's composition?
Meanwhile, 41 percent of the Latinos polled said immigration reform and the passage of the Dream Act is among one of the most important issues facing the country as a whole that Congress and the US president should address.
'Earthquake' in North Korea Indicates Nuclear Test: China
ET Saturday 22 kilometers ( more than 13 miles) east-northeast of Sungjibaegam, North Korea, the US Geological Survey said . China hoped that Japan talked and acted cautiously and played a constructive role on the nuclear issue, he said.
- Voters say 51 - 27 percent they are embarrassed to have Trump as president.
"There is no upside".
Quinnipiac University poll conducted between September 21 and 26 found that majority of U.S. voters believe Donald Trump is unfit to be the President of United States. "That is the inescapable characterization of President Trump from voters who see race relations deteriorating on his watch".
The survey was taken as Senate Republicans launched a last-ditch and ultimately unsuccessful effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act with legislation that the Congressional Budget Office would leave millions of additional Americans without health care and cut Medicaid by billions of dollars. Some 61 percent say they do not share his values, and 67 percent say he is not level-headed.
Democrats in Congress fare just a little better. They refuse to see Trump as a bigot or an incompetent narcissist.
The August 9 Virginia poll found Democrat holds 6-point lead in Virginia governor race; voters want Democrats to control state legislature.
The personal rtings of Trump could not be more dismal. Thirteen percent said the top priority should be deporting all people living in the USA illegally.