Fifty percent of USA citizens say the 45th president is doing a worse job than most past presidents, while just under 25 percent say he is doing better than his predecessors.
According to the survey, 63 percent say it was inappropriate for Donald Trump Jr to have met with a Russian lawyer during the presidential campaign previous year. Fifty-six percent said they believed Trump's unpresidential behavior is "damaging to the presidency".
- 27 percent think "America's leadership in the world has gotten stronger" under Trump.
The poll showed 67% of people asked believed members of Trump's team had helped the Kremlin interfere in United States elections and another 63% didn't like the fact Donald Trump Jr had met with a lawyer from Russian Federation.
And as Trump seeks to lead the Republican Party in developing a replacement for former President Barack Obama's signature health care law, poll respondents said by about 2-1 they prefer Obamacare to the Republican proposal. He also said the Washington Post/ABC News poll was "just about the most inaccurate" ahead of last year's presidential election.
Forty-three per cent approved of President Trump's handling of the economy with 41 per cent disapproving.
A fresh Washington Post-ABC News poll underscores the softness of Trump's support as he prepares to mark six months in the White House on Thursday.
Despite having an overall low rating, statistics reveal dramatic differences in approval from different groups - for example, conservative Republicans rate Trump at a 90% approval versus liberal Democrats rating him at 5%. Only 37 per cent of Americans "say the Democratic Party now stands for something, while 52 per cent viewed it as it "just stands against Trump".
The president dismissed his dismal approval rating in a tweet.
Meanwhile, Michael Springmann, the other guest on the show, opined that the people who voted for Trump's Democratic rival in the presidential election, Hillary Clinton, could not accept the results and they are clinging on to any pretext to call for President Trump's removal from the Oval Office.
The NBC/WSJ poll surveyed 600 adults from July 8-12 in those 439 counties and has a margin of error of plus-minus 4.0 percentage points.