Trump Approval Back Under 40% After Helsinki Summit With Putin; New Quinnipiac National Poll
A new Quinnipiac University National Poll finds that President Trump's approval rating with voters has dropped to 38% following his summit with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki and its aftermath. Its one of the first polls done entirely after the summit.
Other results from their polling:
Quinnipiac University: "The Helsinki summit between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin was a failure for the U.S., voters say 52 - 27 percent. The summit was a success for Russia, voters say 73 - 8 percent."
"American voters believe 51 - 35 percent "that the Russian government has compromising information about President Trump..."
"American voters give President Trump a negative 38 - 58 percent job approval rating, compared to a negative 43 - 52 percent rating in a June 20 Quinnipiac University Poll after the summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The president's only clear support among listed groups is from Republicans, who approve 82 - 15 percent, and white evangelical Christians, who approve 71 - 26 percent. White voters with no college degree are split 49 - 47 percent and white men are divided as 49 percent approve and 47 percent disapprove."
"Special Counsel Robert Mueller is conducting a fair investigation into possible collusion, voters say 55 - 31 percent."
The survey of more than 1100 voters was conducted between July 18-23 and has a margin of error of 3.5%.