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Trump Loves How He's Handling The COVID-19 Pandemic. Polls Show Most Americans Don't

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Trump Loves How He's Handling The COVID-19 Pandemic. Polls Show Most Americans Don't

Trump Loves How He's Handling The COVID-19 Pandemic. Polls Show Most Americans Don't

The American public is rapidly losing confidence in President Donald Trump's ability to handle the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.

The latest ABC News/Ipsos poll out Friday shows that just 33% approve of his handling of the pandemic.

67% disapprove.

Of the roughly 350 polls on the subject, this is the highest percentage of Americans who disapprove of Trump's performance on the COVID-19 crisis.

When counting polls from June, on average, Trump's overall disapproval rating stands at 57%.

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