Two-thirds of Americans say they would side with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in a disagreement with President Trump, according to a Marist poll released Friday.
Until late last week, his disapproval rate has been above 50 percent every day for 10 months.
An Economist/YouGov poll also released Wednesday, for example, showed the president's approval rating among registered voters at 45 percent, and his disapproval rating at 53 percent - a net approval of negative eight percent. A whopping 83 percent of Republicans voters -- almost the number of party faithful who tend to approve of Trump's job performance -- say that Trump hasn't tried to derail anything. On December 15, shortly after the Republican-backed tax reform bill had passed, Rasmussen had Trump at just 40% approval, some of the lowest numbers of his presidency. But Thursday marked the fifth consecutive day his approval rating was 48 percent or 49 percent, after sometimes dipping into the 30s. Forty-four percent say there is no obstruction. The State of the Union address, for example, historically provides presidents with an opportunity to set the narrative and frame their accomplishments before a massive primetime audience.
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This poll also indicates a high point in approval of the economy under Trump, with 70 percent of respondents saying the economy is "excellent" or "good".
Former FBI Director Robert Mueller was appointed by Trump's Justice Department in May, soon after the president fired then-FBI Director James Comey, who told congressional committees that his termination was an act of retaliation for refusing Tump's orders to end an investigation into a former campaign and administration official, Michael Flynn. The CBS News poll surveyed 1,225 Americans between January 13 and January 16, and it has a margin of error of plus or minus three percent.