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Trump’s approval rating is near his personal low: poll

Trump's approval rating is near his personal low: poll New York PostTrump Approval Ratings at Around 30 Percent, President Says They're Wrong Voice of AmericaVoters Reject Psycho President As Number Who Believe Trump Is Mentally Fit Falls To New Low PoliticusUSAFull coverage

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President Trump’s approval rating sank to a near-record low, and voters by a 3-to-1 margin said Alabama GOP senate candidate Roy Moore should step down after allegations that he sexually harassed and abused minors, a new poll said Tuesday.

US voters disapprove 58 percent to 35 percent of the job Trump is doing, near his lowest score, a 61 percent to 33 percent disapproval rating on Aug. 2, according to a Quinnipiac University survey.

The president’s rating compares to a 56 to 38 percent disapproval in an Oct. 11 poll.

“Must feel like Groundhog Day in Trumpland,” said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.

“President Donald Trump returns from his big Asia trip to find numbers frozen in the negative. Ominously, there is creeping slippage in the base.”

Voters also said by 63 percent to 23 percent — in response to questions asked Friday through Monday — that Moore should drop out of the race.

Republicans were divided, with 38 percent saying he should stay in the race and 42 percent saying he should drop out.

Every other listed group says by wide margins he should get out, the poll said.

“Roy Moore has to go, say American voters,” Malloy said. “But the only voters who matter are in Alabama.”

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