The net negative of 12 percentage points for the president marked his lowest approval rating recorded by the polling group, Morning Consult reports. According to Reuters, 23% of Republicans polled said they do not approve of Trump's work so far as president of the United States, up from 16% in the same poll conducted just last week.
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While it is the polls lowest recorded approval since Trump took office on January 20, other polls have recorded lower numbers in the past.
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Prior to now, Trump's lowest point was 79 percent approval among Republicans on the day he was sworn into office, January 20.
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45 percent say they have an unfavorable opinion of House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., while 34 percent had a favorable view of him. The information had been provided by a key US ally and could have potentially compromised an asset within the Islamic State group (ISIS), The Washington Post reports.
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The poll was conducted during a tumultuous week for Trump that included bombshell reports that he had shared highly classified information with Russian officials and that a memo from ousted FBI Director James Comey details Trump asking Comey to drop the investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. The remaining 6% said that they had "mixed feelings" about the president. A majority of voters (58 percent) called the disclosure inappropriate, including 85 percent of Democrats, 59 percent of independents and 27 percent of Republicans.
The incident has affected voters' confidence in Trump handling the nation's most sensitive secrets.
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