The latest Quinnipiac poll shows that President Trump's overall approval rating has fallen to 37 percent. This is a few points lower than his rating of 41 percent earlier this month.
It's the lowest support for a president in just the first two months of his term. Just four in 10 voters say they think the president cares about average Americans. That's compared to about 57% of Americans who feel he does not.
Quinnipiac also found that his approval rating on the economy is now leaning negative for the first time. 48% say they disapprove of how he's handled it, while 42% say they approve.
The telephone poll surveyed 1,056 voters between march 16-21 and has a margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points.