After taking office, the U.S. President Donald Trump gained an approval rate of 39 percent a year , the lowest rate in the country''s history, according to a survey published today.
The poll, carried out by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal, shows that Trump's popularity dropped two points compared to a similar survey made in December 2017.
The use of a racist language against Haiti, El Salvador and the African nations during recent negotiations on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), did not please those polled.
Some 900 people surveyed over the phone noted the state of the economy, low unemployment, the tax legislation and the fight against the terrorist group Islamic State as positive results of the incumbent administration, although 37 percent thought otherwise.
The poll showed that 38 percent chose the word 'upset' to describe Trump's first year in office, 24 percent said 'scared', 23 percent used the word 'hopeful', followed by 'proud' by 12 percent and 'angry' by 11 percent of those surveyed. With information of PL