Polls from CNN and Quinnipiac represent disappointing news for president – but better outlook on ‘excellent’ or ‘good’ economy

Donald Trump’s approval rating has been remarkably consistent over the first 20 months of his presidency, moving between about 37% and 42%, according to polling averages maintained by FiveThirtyEight. That’s bad – likely about 10 points short of what he needs to be re-elected.

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