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While departing from the White House for a diplomatic mission to Japan, President Donald Trump spoke with the press. When asked for his thoughts on how the multiple investigations into his presidential administration, campaign, businesses and charitable foundation might affect his reelection chances in 2020, the President stated his approval poll numbers were great.

Trump said:

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US President Donald Trump speaks during a bilateral meeting with Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel, on the sidelines of the G20 Leaders' Summit in Buenos Aires, on December 01, 2018. (Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

Polls can mean a lot or very little, depending on who you speak to. But for someone who courts approval like President Donald Trump, polls assessing his popularity are extremely important.

Unfortunately for the President, he remains the least popular President in modern polling history. While other Presidents had historic dips in their popularity, Trump cannot seem to crack the 50 percent approval mark in anything but the admittedly conservative Rasmussen poll.

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U.S. President Donald Trump. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

A new poll by Quinnipiac University asked how people feel about Donald Trump as a president and as a person. The results, released Wednesday, will probably not make anyone at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue happy.

Trump's job approval rating rose to 40 percent earlier this month, but fell back down to 37 percent. People's opinion of Trump as a person fared even worse, with just 30 percent approving of the president.

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As President Donald Trump promises the GOP tax plan benefits the middle class, a majority of Americans say they don't believe it according to a new poll. Most Americans feel Trump's policies don't help those who fall between rich and poor.

Among respondents in a Monmouth University poll conducted December 10 through 12, 53 percent said that middle class families have “not at all” benefited from Trump’s policies. 25 percent said the middle class benefited “a little,” 11 percent said “a lot,” with 11 percent undecided. Republicans released the final version of their tax plan Friday, after the poll finished.

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President Donald Trump's approval ratings just keep falling. The latest Quinnipiac University national poll, released yesterday, shows that more Americans disapprove of Trump and fewer approve of the job he is doing as president.

The polling was conducted from May 4-9, so the numbers do not yet reflect the full fall out of the Comey firing and of the resulting increase in criticism from some Republican lawmakers. Even without these, Trump only earned a 36 percent approval rate. Of the voters polled, 58 percent disapproved of the job he is doing.

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