President Donald Trump’s approval rating reached a new low in Gallup’s daily polling average Monday.
According to Gallup, 36 percent of respondents to its daily polls approved of Trump’s performance in office, while 57 percent disapproved.
Gallup arrives at its approval numbers by averaging the previous three days of polling. Monday’s numbers reflect responses from March 24-26, during and following the surprising failure of Republicans’ Obamacare replacement plan on Friday.
Trump’s Gallup approval is now lower than former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton’s approval numbers were at any point in their presidencies, according to an analysis by Gallup’s editor-in-chief. Obama reached a low of 38 percent in 2011 and 2014. Former President Bill Clinton reached a low of 37 percent in 1993.
Former President George W. Bush reached his low, 25 percent, in October 2008.
Gallup tracks the percentage of Americans who approve and disapprove of the President’s performance in office every day, based on telephone interviews with approximately 1,500 national adults, according to the company. The poll’s margin of error is 3 percentage points.