President Donald Trump’s polling numbers have been spiraling downward since the very first day he took office, but new poll data is showing like never before just how unpopular Trump is with the American people.
According to the latest public opinion survey included over 1,000 American adults and asked a huge range of questions. Throughout the entire survey, there wasn’t a single issue which a majority of Americans said Trump was doing a good job with.
Check it out – among all the top political and policy issues facing our country today, there is not a single one where Americans think Trump is handling the situation well, according to the new data released by Quinnipiac University:
- Disapprove 66 – 42 percent of the way Trump is handling foreign policy;
- Disapprove 49 – 42 percent of the way he is handling the economy;
- Disapprove 51 – 44 percent of the way he is handling terrorism;
- Disapprove 58 – 39 percent of the way he is handling immigration;
- Disapprove 61 – 31 percent of the way he is handling the environment.
But wait, it gets even worse for Trump …
Even outside of specific policy issues, Americans are deeply skeptical about Trump. Pollsters asked about several character traits and once again there is not a single positive quality which Americans believe Trump has:
- 58 – 37 percent that he is not honest;
- 55 – 40 percent that he does not have good leadership skills;
- 57 – 42 percent that he does not care about average Americans;
- 63 – 33 percent that he is not level-headed;
- 61 – 35 percent that he does not share their values.
One of the most concerning issues on Americans’ minds right now is foreign policy.
A majority of Americans surveyed in the new poll say they are concerned with the Trump administration’s acts of war against the Syrian government and believe Trump’s actions will prove to be ineffective.
American voters say 62 – 30 percent that the U.S. missile strike in Syria will not be effective in preventing the Syrian government from using chemical weapons in the future. Voters say 49 – 44 percent that it is not in the U.S. national interest to be involved in the Syrian conflict, but say 52 – 40 percent that America has a “moral responsibility to get involved.”
A total of 78 percent of voters are “very concerned” or “somewhat concerned” about the U.S. getting into a war in Syria, like the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. A total of 72 percent of voters are “very concerned” or “somewhat concerned” that U.S. involvement in Syria could lead to armed conflict with Russia.