The coronavirus pandemic has turned the dreams of President Donald Trump upside down. Trump was in a formidable position coming out of the impeachment process as early as January 2020 when the coronavirus attacked the country. Since then, the graph has been consistently dipping for the billionaire businessman. His disapproval ratings for the job as the President of the United States are continuing to rise with nearly 6 out of 10 voters giving him the negative response as there is a new surge of positive coronavirus cases in many parts of the country. As per the latest Politico/Morning Consult survey on Wednesday, Trump's job approval ratings dropped to 39 percent. With 59 percent of the voters disapproving or dissatisfied with his work as the President.
At the start of June 2020, he had slightly better ratings, with 41 percent approving the President of his work, while 55% of voters disapproved. The new polls which showcase his worst performance since he took over the office are a wake-up call for President Donald Trump. Trump has more worries, with his rival and former Vice President Joe Biden winning a double-digit lead in some of the key swing states as per the recent polling. With the general elections just four months away, Trump has to regain his momentum to give a tough fight to Democratic presumptive nominee Joe Biden. Additionally, voters' optimism dropped to 25% who think that the country is in safe hands and heading in the right direction after the economic slowdown due to the coronavirus.
The rest 75% of the voters feel that the country is seriously on the wrong track, a record high percentage for Trump since the start of his presidency in January 2017. Another exciting aspect of the poll is that approximately 63 percent of the voters want the Trump government to fix coronavirus spread over the economic condition, which is supported by only 29 percent. This is a 5-point lead from 58 percent at the beginning of June. Furthermore, 75 percent of the voters agree that Americans should continue to follow social distancing norms irrespective of the lockdown measures and opening up of the economy. Citizens strongly believe that the country would be hit by the second deadliest wave of the virus. More than eight votes in 10 feel that the second wave of coronavirus is imminent. The poll took place between June 26 to 29, with a sample size of 1984 registered voters. The error margin for the survey is plus or minus two percentage points.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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