The Gallup poll of 1,019 adults was conducted April 5-9 and had a margin of error of 4 percentage points.
Forty-six percent of poll respondents said Trump "can bring about the changes this country needs", which is down from 53 percent in February, also a downward slide of 7 percent. But even that majority is slim, dropping seven percentage points from February. In February, a majority also said Trump can bring about the changes the country needs, but less than half hold that view now.
The results come as Republicans in Congress and President Donald Trump's administration work to enact tax reform.
Fifty-two percent of those surveyed believe Trump is a strong and decisive leader, although that is down from 59 percent in February. "Opponents say he has not protected middle- and working-class Americans".
According to the poll, only 37% of Americans approved of Trump's actions in office, just a few weeks ago. In February, almost two-thirds said they thought the president keeps his promises and now only 40 percent believe he does.
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Forty-five percent of Americans still see Trump as someone who keeps his promises, although 52% said that label does not apply.
This is especially true for members of groups that didn't overwhelmingly vote for Trump.
However, in terms of strong feelings for the President, 39 percent "strongly disapprove" of Mr. Trump's job performance, versus only 30 percent who "strongly approve".
"On issue after issue - whether it's immigration, job creation, national security - the president made very clear promises to the American people that, over and over again, he's achieving great success on".
Of course, the numbers for that characteristic could still shift for Trump as his presidency continues. Forty percent of women think Trump carries out his promises compared to 51 percent of men, while 81 percent of Republicans vs. 16 percent of Democrats said the same.