".trump.at.100.days .pdf" target="_blank">survey. Nevertheless, Trump supporters remain firmly planted behind their man. Despite his administration's certification of Iran's compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal, U.S. PresidentDonald Trumpon Thursday accused Iran of "not living up to the spirit" of the nuclear deal.
The revised release begins without pulling any punches, saying "President Donald J. Trump has done more to break promises and enrich his allies in his first 100 days than any other President in history".
However, a near majority of the respondents - 48% - identified as most closely aligning with the Democratic Party, so it's unsurprising that they disagree with many of Trump's policy positions.
According to Trump, the 100-day standard that American presidents have been held to for years is "ridiculous".
Although it's simply too early to tell the outcome of many decisions Trump has made thus far in his presidency, the NY native has certainly been busy. Slightly more trust the USA military, the Supreme Court and the United Nations: 50 percent, 46 percent and 39 percent, respectively. The race will pit Democrat Jon Ossoff against Republican Karen Handel to see who will win the seat vacated by Trump's Health and Human Services secretary, Tom Price.
Gallup's historical presidential approval numbers showed most presidents were near the height of their popularity in the beginning of their first terms. "It's not very meaningful", the president told AP White House correspondent Julie Pace during an interview in the Oval Office on April 14.
According to analysts, President Trump will start his 101st day in office at a relatively low point, compared to many of America's past leaders.
Forty-two percent of people in an ABC/Washington Post poll said they approved of Trump's performance so far, while 53% said they disapproved.
Former Democrat president Barack Obama enjoyed a 62% approval rating as he reached 100 days in office, while Republican George W Bush had a 63% approval rating at the same point, Fox reported. Becoming commander in chief and moving into the White House has not substantially changed the public's view of Trump.
"Trump voters are extraordinarily loyal and supportive of the guy they voted for last November", stated Glen Bolger, who conducted the poll and focus groups for the university.