A new poll Sunday shows 58 percent of Americans "strongly disapprove" of the performance of President Donald Trump -- a record of distaste for a President in the first six months in office.
The polls show that a vast majority of Americans now question the man who currently occupies the White House. His overall approval rating is down to 36 percent.
Trump, of course, calls the poll "inaccurate" while also claiming that "almost 40 percent is not bad at this time."
The five point increase in his disapproval rating puts him at a lower point than either Bill Clinton or Barack Obama had at any point in their two terms in office. George W. Bush reached that lower level but did so in his second term.