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Opinion polling on the
Donald Trump has been regularly taken by universities, media outlets and survey companies since the start of his presidency. Public sentiment on a number of his key actions and proposals has also been tracked.
Presidential approval ratings have revealed Trump to be the least popular President in the history of modern opinion polling as of the start of his second year in office. Polls also reveal that he is about as popular as other modern
Republican Presidents among Republican voters, gathering larger approval rating than
George W. Bush,
George H. W. Bush and
Ronald Reagan in their first months. In his first month, Trump has an approval rating among Republican voters of 84%, compared to 82%, 82% and 78% in the first months of George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush and Reagan respectively in the same demographic. This is dramatically higher than his approval ratings among
Democratic voters, where he has an 8% approval rating, compared to 30%, 46% and 39% for George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush and Reagan respectively.