Courtesy of Vice:
President Donald Trump’s approval ratings have dropped precipitously in eight major polls, hitting their lowest point in six months. Trump’s declining popularity with voters outside of the Republican Party may put Republicans’ hopes of holding the House in jeopardy.
Eight polling entities — ABC News/Washington Post, CNN, Gallup, IBD/TIPP, the Kaiser Family Foundation, Quinnipiac University, Grinnell College/Selzer & Co, and Suffolk University — give the president an average approval rating of 38 percent, a drop of 3 points from Trump’s previous approval polling average, 41 percent.
Only Rasmussen gives the president a total approval rating above 45 percent. Unlike other polling services, Rasmussen polls likely voters using automated calls made to landlines, which means those polled tend to be older and more likely to vote for the GOP.
Rasmussen always gives higher poll numbers to Republicans than other pollsters and they are always wrong.
If I were a betting man I would say that by the time we get to November these numbers will be much lower and that by 2020 some will be down in the twenties.
I think we are just about at the point where all of Trump’s support will be die-hard Republicans who will show up to the polls like good little drones only to be washed away by a blue wave in 2020.