Trump's job approval rating hits new low, according to Gallup Poll March 20, 2017
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(NATIONAL) -- President Donald Trump's approval rating is at a new low since he assumed office in January. According to the latest Gallup Poll Trump's approval rating is just 37%.
This is the lowest approval rating in history of any president's first 60 days as tracked by Gallup.
Trump's approval rating was at 45% last week, according to Gallup.
The poll also shows that since taking office Jan. 20, 58% of the public disapproves of the job he's doing. This is the highest disapproval rating Trump has had since taking office.
These latest approval ratings come on the heels of the Trump administration and the Republican controlled congress attempting to drum up support for their newly announced Affordable Care Act replacement bill which has seen public resistance as well as resistance among some conservatives in the Republican party.
Trump's approval rating also follows his unsubstantiated allegations that former President Barack Obama was behind wiretapping the Trump Tower during Trump's campaign for the Presidency.
Other Presidential approval ratings after 60 days in office:
President Carter 75% President Reagan 60% President HW Bush 56% President Clinton 53% President GW Bush 58% President Obama 63%