Which of the four US presidential candidates has the most to lose?
A new poll shows Hillary Clinton’s chances of winning the presidency are shrinking.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll showed Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both have the lowest approval ratings in their respective parties and both have negative ratings for the economy and national security.
In the Reuters/IPAC poll, Trump’s approval rating dropped to 35 percent, down from 44 percent in December.
The former secretary of state’s approval ratings had already dropped significantly since the election.
The poll shows a majority of Americans now disapprove of the job Trump is doing as president.
The same percentage also disapprove of his handling of the economy.
Trump has faced a lot of criticism from the left, which has blamed him for the collapse in the stock market and other issues, but a majority believe he is doing a good job as president and are willing to tolerate his unpopularity.
Trump’s approval dropped to 29 percent in November and has dropped further in recent months.
His approval rating has also dipped since the end of the Cold War, when Americans were more likely to see him as an outsider who could change the way things were done in Washington.
Trump is now in his fifth year as president, and is the only one in the history of the survey to be below 50 percent approval.
The president has seen his approval ratings rise in his first six months in office, but the survey also found that the public’s views on Trump have remained stable since the inauguration.
The AP-NORC poll surveyed 1,017 adults nationwide and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.9 percentage points.