President Donald Trump is continuing to have a tough time winning over Americans, with his approval ratings still clocking in at historic lows.
Trump's approval rating a month into his presidency was 40%, according to Gallup — significantly lower than the average approval rating in mid-February for new presidents, which is 61%.
On the weekend of his inauguration, Trump managed to have the lowest initial approval rating of any president in Gallup's polling history: 45%. According to Gallup, he was the first elected president to begin a term with an approval rating below 50%.
Pew Research Center data indicates Trump has high support from Republicans, but their support alone hasn't been able to dig Trump out of his approval deficit.