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By Sheetal Sukhija | Thursday January 18, 2018
Trump's ratings have hit rock bottom after a year in office
Completing his first year in office, U.S. President Donald Trumpís approval rating is said to have hit rock bottom. On Friday, the new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll revealed that in his first year as the American president, Trump has scored a 39 percent approval rating. The pollsters said this was the lowest approval rating in the survey's history for any modern president one year into his term. The NBC/Wall Street Journal poll was reportedly conducted between January 13 and 17 - after a controversy about Trumpís derogatory statement dismissing immigrants from Haiti and African nations raked up a storm. Further, the poll also comes a day before the first anniversary of Trumpís inauguration and at a time when chances of a government shutdown grow as Congress scrambles to reach a funding deal. According to the findings of the poll, 51 percent of respondents have said they strongly disapproved of Trump's performance in the Oval Office - which was a record high for the president in the poll. Meanwhile, 57 percent of respondents in the poll said they disapproved of the president's job. Just after Trump took office, in February, 44 percent of respondents in the poll said they approved of the president's performance, while 48 percent disapproved...Read more