The president’s approval rating is currently hovering around 43 percent.
But according to the latest Fox News poll, the president is not worried about it.
And his approval rating appears to be on the rise, at least for the time being.
According to the poll, 51 percent of respondents say they have a positive opinion of the president, while 43 percent say they do not.
That number is a slight uptick from last week, when just 41 percent had a positive view of the commander-in-chief.
The Fox News survey also found that 39 percent of Republicans have a favorable view of Trump, while 51 percent do not; however, the number of independents and Democrats with a positive outlook has decreased since the last Fox News Poll in January.
Fox News also asked a similar question about the FBI probe, which has been ongoing since the election.
“The president’s ratings have improved from the last poll.
When we asked him about the ongoing FBI investigation, 41 percent of Americans said they had a favorable opinion of Trump last week.
But now, 52 percent of those polled say they view the FBI investigation as a negative,” said Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade.
“The president seems to have regained some of his confidence, but it’s still not a lot of the 60 percent who said they did not approve of the FBI’s conduct.”
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