Roughly half of the poll's respondents said Mr Trump is doing a worse job than most past presidents, while just under a 25 per cent say he is doing better, and a similar share say he is faring about the same as previous presidents.
A majority of respondents (60 percent) said that they believe Russian Federation had tried to influence the 2016 USA election.
Americans are highly disapproving of President Donald Trump in personal terms, with his tweeting habit a major irritant: Seventy percent say he's acted in an unpresidential manner since taking office, 68 percent don't see him as a positive role model and 67 percent disapprove of his use of Twitter.
Despite Mr Trump's claims on the campaign trail to "make America great" on the world stage, the survey found 48 per cent believed the United States has actually been weakened.
In regards to Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer aimed at getting information on Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election, 63 percent said his actions were inappropriate.
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Obama's average "strong" approval was 28 percent during his presidency, not much different than Trump today.
Earlier, Mr Trump claimed his son had been "scorned by the Fake News Media".
Just seven percent of Republicans said the Trump campaign intentionally helped Russian efforts, compared with 65 percent of Democrats. Donald Trump also got himself disapproved by 58% people where he competes with the former President Bill Clinton, who was disapproved by 51%.
Obama's worst approval rating was 40 percent, which was recorded during his sixth year in the White House. The topline number is down from 42 percent approval in April, the last time the poll was conducted. A mere 38 percent of Americans say Trump has made significant progress toward advancing his agenda, while 55 percent disagree. According to Sunday's poll, half of Americans said they prefer ObamaCare over the new Republican plan to replace it, with the plan only supported by 24 per cent of respondents.
Pollsters conducted the national survey from July 10 to 13 on a random sample of 1,001 adults, with a 3.5% margin of error.