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The fact that the CBS News poll shows the president's overall approval rating in the mid-30s isn't especially noteworthy - that's roughly in line with most other major polls of late - but the more Trump's support slips with voters from his own party, the more significant the political impact.

The latest survey from CBS News out Tuesday found his approval rating had hit a new low of 36 percent, while 57 percent disapproved of the job he is doing.

Half of Americans say that criticism of Mr. Trump doesn't change their opinion of him at all, but 71 percent say Mr. Trump has received more criticism than past presidents.

Voters in the most recent tracking poll said that Trump hasn't healed the divisions in the country, with 59 percent saying the country has become more divided while just 10 percent say it has become less divided.

A CBS survey of more than 1,000 adults across the USA discovered that just 36 per cent approve of the President, five months into his first term, the lowest point recorded so far.

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"Trump should still be in his honeymoon period among Republicans", Bump observes. The drop is partially due to his dwindling support among Republicans. Those beliefs cause them to back the President even more.

However, there are divisions among how people respond to the Russian Federation investigation.

Most Americans (56 percent) believe that the special counsel's investigation will be impartial, rejecting any assertions to the contrary, and think that the president should not do anything to try to stop it. The poll says that 44 percent of all Americans, but just 14 percent of Republicans, believe Russian Federation interfered to help elect Trump.

Most Americans, 57 percent, believe Comey more than Trump, 31 percent.

"The majority of people just see the other side as people that they disagree with politically, and there's more optimism than pessimism that ultimately can work out their differences", said Anthny Salvantos, CBS elections and surveys director. The previous low for Trump was 39 percent in February. Data collection was conducted on behalf of CBS News by SSRS of Media, PA. Phone numbers were dialed from samples of both standard land-line and cell phones.

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