The New York Post reports:
President Trump’s approval rating dropped to a six-month low of 43 percent in the daily tracking poll conducted by the Republican-friendly Rasmussen Reports. The survey of 500 likely voters, released Friday, found that 56 percent of voters disapprove of Trump’s job performance.
The results reflect those of the Real Clear Politics polling average, where Trump hit his all-time approval high of 47.3 percent on March 31 as the coronavirus crisis took hold — but has dipped to 44.9 percent in the days since.
Rasmussen: Trump job approval falls to 43-56, his worst day on Rasmussen since October.
Whatever rally around the flag effect there might’ve been, it’s not just gone but going the other way.
— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) April 11, 2020
Right-wing Rasmussen poll has President Trump’s approval at 43% to 56% (-13). If you follow these things, that is a bad sign for where his approval will go in other public polling released in the next few days.
— David Rothschild (@DavMicRot) April 12, 2020
Donald Trump hits a six-month low approval number in the Republican-leaning Rasmussen Poll. https://t.co/uRLQbM1sOO
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) April 12, 2020