Poll: Trump's approval rating dives, hits another new low

Nearly a week after President Donald Trump celebrated on Twitter after receiving a 50 percent approval rating a new poll is painting a very different story.

According to the latest CBS News survey, Trump's approval rating has once again hit a new low.

The new poll shows just 36 percent of those Americans now approve of the job the president is doing while 57 percent say they disapprove.

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Presidential approval ratings at 100 days

Donald Trump: 42 percent approve

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Barack Obama: 65 percent approve

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George W. Bush: 53 percent approve

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Bill Clinton: 45 percent approve

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George H. W. Bush: 56 percent approve

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Ronald Reagan: 68 percent approve

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Jimmy Carter: 63 percent approve

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Richard Nixon: 62 percent approve

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Lyndon Johnson: 79 percent approve

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John Kennedy: 83 percent approve

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Dwight Eisenhower: 79 percent approve

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Harry Truman: 84 percent approve

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Trump's previous low according to the CBS survey was 39 percent back in February.

The poll also found that the investigation into Trump's potential Russia may be playing a significant role in bringing his popularity down.

Only 28 percent of the respondents approve of the way Trump has handled the FBI's Russia probe while 63 percent disapprove.

Thirty-eight percent say they feel the Russia investigation is a critical national security issue while 32 percent thought it was a distraction.

Website FiveThirtyEight calculated a weighted average of almost every poll found his approval rating to be 38.7 percent with a disapproval rating at 55.3 percent.

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