Trump's approval rating rebounds while he's abroad: Rasmussen poll

While President Donald Trump continues his first foreign trip as commander in chief, a new poll suggests his time abroad may have been good for his approval among Americans back home.

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The president's approval rating spiked four percentage points this week, jumping from 44 percent on Monday to now 48 percent on Wednesday, according to the latest the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll. The poll also shows Trump with a 52 percent disapproval rating.

The Rasmussen poll, which typically finds results more favorable to Trump and other Republicans than other polls, shows that just 31 percent "strongly approve" of the president's job in office, while 42 percent said they "strongly disapprove."

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Other top surveys paint a different picture of the president's support. The latest Gallup poll shows just 39 percent of Americans approve of the president's job in office.

According to a Quinnipiac poll released on Wednesday, most Americans, 54 percent, think Trump is abusing his presidential power. The poll also found that Trump currently holds a 37 percent approval rating.

Quinnipiac also found that Trump is "under water among every party, gender, educational, age and racial group except Republicans."

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The president arrived in Brussels on Wednesday to meet with the king and prime minister of Belgium and participates in a NATO leaders meeting and dinner on Thursday.

Rasmussen's daily poll collects data via telephone surveys of 500 likely voters per night and reported on a three-day rolling average basis.

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