President Trump's approval rating is slightly up, three percentage points, in the latest Gallup poll, matching his level from November 2019: 41%. Trump's approval was 39% in June.
Meantime, approval of Congress has slipped to an anemic 18%.
According to Gallup, partisans' approval ratings of Congress have declined by double digits since May: "Democrats' approval has fallen the most -- from 39% to 20%. At the same time, Republicans' approval has dropped from 24% to 14% and independents' from 32% to 21%."
Although President Trump's approval is slightly improved over last month, it's substantially below Gallup's post-impeachment measure for him of 49% prior to the coronavirus crisis and dive in the economy.
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