The Morning Consult reports:
Two major crises playing out at the same time in the United States — the deadly coronavirus pandemic and social unrest over the deaths of black people that has erupted into nationwide demonstrations — have helped erode voters’ confidence in the direction of the country to its lowest point of Donald Trump’s presidency.
A new Morning Consult/Politico poll, conducted May 29-June 1, found 31 percent of voters believe the United States is headed in the right direction, while 69 percent said it has “pretty seriously” gotten off on the wrong track.
The gap between the two figures, at 38 percentage points, is the widest measured in all of the 171 weekly polls conducted since Trump took office in January 2017, and has only been topped by two polls conducted in 2016 following his November election.
NEW: We've conducted 171 polls with @Politico since @realDonaldTrump took office. Voter optimism just hit its worst point yet. The drop started with coronavirus, but it got worse over the weekend amid #BLM protests.
— Eli Yokley (@eyokley) June 3, 2020