Trump's Approval Rating Stands Below 40 Percent in Three Key Midwest States

In Michigan, 42 percent of voters believed the United States economy had been strengthened under Trump, a sentiment agreed to by 45 percent of Pennsylvania voters and 41 percent of Wisconsin voters. In Michigan, 48% of voters said they would prefer a Congress controlled by Democrats, compared to 35% who said they want to see the reins remain in Republican hands. He won each of those states by less than 100,000 votes.

Wisconsin: 56 percent disapprove, including 42 percent strongly, compared to 34 percent approval (17 percent strongly).

When asked if President Trump's conduct made them proud or embarrassed, 64-percent of those polled in MI and Wisconsin say they've been embarrassed.

Asked if Trump's conduct since taking office made them proud or embarrassed, 64 percent of voters in MI and Wisconsin and 63 percent in Pennsylvania say they have been embarrassed, according to NBC News/Marist polls.

President Trump is not only losing ground in three key states that helped send him to the White House, but a majority of voters there say he has embarrassed them, new polls say.

In Michigan, voters by a 42-to-39 percent margin say the USA economy has been strengthened by Trump's decisions as president.

In Michigan, 36-percent of those polled approve of President Trump's job performance. while 55-percent disapprove.

Criticism against Trump has only intensified after he doubled down on his statement that "many sides" were to blame for the violence that left one woman dead when white supremacists stormed the University of Virginia college campus for a planned "Unite the Right" rally. In Pennsylvania, it's 45 percent to 38 percent.

In Michigan and Wisconsin, 64 percent of voters shared that sentiment.

In Pennsylvania, Democrats lead preferences by 10 points on congressional preference, 47% to 37%. According to NBC News, "the polls show that 48 percent of MI voters prefer a Democratic-controlled Congress, versus 35 percent who prefer a Republican controlled one".


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