A file proportion of respondents (65%) don’t suppose that Trump is “honest and trustworthy,” up from 58% in April 2017, whereas a 3rd say he does have these traits. Two-thirds say they don’t suppose Trump “has the kind of personality and temperament it takes to serve effectively as president.”
Expectations for Trump’s presidency have additionally dropped considerably since earlier than he took workplace in January. Prior to his inauguration, 61% thought he’d do a superb or good job on the economic system, whereas solely 44% really feel he’s doing that properly now. Fifty-six p.c anticipated he’d do good work coping with terrorism, whereas solely 43% say he’s doing so now. Expectations on his dealing with of race relations have dropped 12%; on bettering the well being care system, they’ve dropped by 18%.
A majority of these polled suppose Trump has achieved “little or nothing” throughout his first 9 months in workplace. Less than 4 in 10 respondents consider he has saved most of his main marketing campaign guarantees. Fifty-three p.c say America’s management on the earth has gotten weaker underneath Trump, whereas 26% say it has gotten stronger, and 20% say it has remained the identical.
Regarding the fees in opposition to Manafort, former marketing campaign staffer Rick Gates, and former marketing campaign overseas coverage adviser George Papadopoulos, 53% suppose they symbolize broader wrongdoing within the Trump marketing campaign; 28% say they present wrongdoing solely from these three people and 19% don’t have any opinion. Manafort and Gates each pleaded not responsible to their fees, whereas Papadopoulos pleaded responsible to creating a false badertion to the FBI.
Rather less than half of respondents (49%) suppose Trump “committed a crime in connection with possible Russian attempts to influence the election,” however solely 19% of that group suppose there’s “solid evidence” of such a criminal offense; 30% say their perception is predicated on suspicion solely. 44% suppose it’s unlikely that the President dedicated a criminal offense.
CNN’s Jennifer Agiesta contributed to this report.