At the same time, more than half of the respondents are dissatisfied with both the President and lawmakers.
President Trump’s rating, despite a decline in recent months, exceeds that of Congress.
A recent Monmouth University poll found that 43 percent of respondents generally approve of Trump’s performance as President, while only 32 percent approve of the work of Congress.
More than half of the respondents are dissatisfied with both Congress and the President, but the anti-rating of Congress is higher than the anti-rating of Trump. However, the difference between these indicators is slightly smaller than in the first case.
To be more precise, 55 percent of respondents do not approve of the work of Congress, and 51 percent are dissatisfied with the President’s performance.