As the nation prepares to mark President Donald Trump's hundredth day in office, a new poll suggests that the man who captured almost fifty percent of the popular vote in North Carolina is no longer feeling the same level of love from the Old North State.
Trump's overall approval rating is now at 42 percent, according to an aggregate of polls analyzed by the website FiveThirtyEight.
A separate new poll from Harvard University found that only 32 percent of Americans ages 18 to 29 say they approve of Trump's time as president so far. Survey results in this news release present responses from registered voters who were classified as likely voters in the November 8 election and has a margin of error of +/- 4.36 percentage points.
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Trump's early presidency has been dogged by FBI and congressional investigations into whether his campaign coordinated with Russians to tilt the race in his favor. President Trump was elected with 49.9 percent of the vote in North Carolina in November, but only 41.6 percent of voters now approve of the job he's doing as president. The next lowest, Bill Clinton, had a 55 percent approval rating at this point in his administration.
Still, Trump says he's "done more than any other president in the first 100 days". Seventy-four percent of those polled saw voting as the most effective way to create change, and they saw talking about politics and volunteering as important as well.
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President Donald Trump has lambasted opinion polls showing him with a low approval rating, calling the media outlets who are publishing them "fake".
"I think the 100 days is, you know, it's an artificial barrier", Trump told the AP on April 23. Its not very meaningful, he said.
The demands and constraints of the Oval Office - where every word uttered counts - are quite different from the daily stump speeches Trump made on the campaign trail.
"Trump has taken bold action to restore prosperity, keep Americans safe and secure, and hold government accountable", the site said.
While the initial release hyped the number of executive orders signed by Trump, the Democrats' version offers context to the orders such as eliminating consumer protections and reducing women's health care options as well as how Trump promised to not govern through executive orders.