The fresh poll indicated the overall approval rating for Trump has dropped to 36 per cent from 42 per cent since April, the lowest for any president in polling history since Harry Truman at the six-month mark.
Almost half of respondents - 48 per cent - said they "disapprove strongly" of the president's performance in office, a low level never reached by ex-presidents Bill Clinton or Barack Obama, both Democrats, and reached only once by George W Bush, during his second term.
Political opponents see the email revelations as the most concrete evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation during the election.
One of President Trump's lawyers, Jay Sekulow, has suggested that the U.S. Secret Service is to blame if Donald Trump Jr. was able to meet with anyone connected to the Russian government at a now-infamous meeting in the middle of last year's presidential campaign - despite the fact that Trump Jr. wasn't yet under the agency's protection.
A poll carried by Gallup revealed Donald Trump's popularity in public.
In terms of negotiating on the United States' behalf, 66% are less trusting of Trump working with world leaders, and the same percentage was less trusting of Trump dealing with Russia President Vladimir Putin.
Thirty-eight per cent of those surveyed believe Trump is making significant progress towards his goals, while 55% feel he is not.
The presidential approval poll surveyed adults in those "Trump counties" that either flipped from former President Barack Obama or where Trump trumped Mitt Romney's 2012 performance.
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ABC points out that "as a combined total, the number of Americans who both think that the Russians tried to influence the campaign, and that Trump aides helped, is 41 percent - very similar to the 40 percent who don't think Russia was involved, or are unsure about it". Even more stinging, of those who believe so, 67 percent believe the Trump team was in on it.
For health care, participants prefer Obamacare over any Republican replacement, 50% to 24%.
Of those polled who count themselves as conservative Republicans, Trump received a 90-percent approval. The repeal effort is opposed by all Democrats, and the loss of a single Republican vote could doom it.
Sixty-three percent in this poll, produced for ABC News by Langer Research Associates, say it was inappropriate for Trump's son, son-in-law and campaign manager to have met with a Russian lawyer during the campaign.
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Just 37 percent said that the Democratic Party "stands for something" while more than half - 52 percent - said it is merely standing in opposition to Trump. Fifty-two percent said all Democrats are focused on is opposing Trump.
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