Almost three out of five voters said they think Trump is abusing the powers of his office; asked if they believe the president thinks his authority supersedes USA law, they agreed, 60 to 36 percent.
FiveThirtyEight's average of polls gives Trump a 37 percent approval rating and a 57.5 percent disapproval rating. In comparison, 12 percent of Democrats and 25% of independents who participated say Trump's White House is running well with 80 percent of Democrats and 65 percent of independents saying chaos has taken over. "Profound embarrassment over his performance in office and deepening concerns over his level-headedness have to raise the biggest heads".
This goes with a separate poll by Reuters and Ipsos from last week, which found that 58 percent of usa adults agree trans people should be allowed to serve in the military, while 27 percent disagreed.
The poll was conducted from July 27 to August 1, with the university surveying 1,125 voters nationwide via telephone calls.
One silver lining for the administration is that Trump's numbers among Republicans remain high, with 76 percent of the GOP telling Quinnipiac they continue to support him. The polls used in his average split Trump's approval rating into four categories: strongly approve, somewhat approve, somewhat disapprove and strongly disapprove. A mere 2 percent of Democrats indicated approval of the President.
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A Quinnipiac University national poll released Thursday found that 68% of American voters think that transgender people should be allowed to serve.
Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said there would be "no modifications" to policies regarding transgender service members until the military received more direction than what Trump sent in a tweet.
The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.
The figures mark a steep drop from Quinnipiac's June 29 poll, which showed a 40 percent approval rating and 55 percent disapproval rating.
A Gallup poll shows results consistent with results from the other two surveys.