Three public polls conducted by U.S. mainstream news outlets like the Washington Post, ABC News, NBC News, Wall Street Journal, and CNN in the month of November showed President Donald Trump’s approval ratings having fallen lower than ever before

The survey conducted by NBC-WSJ puts Trump’s approval ratings at a historically low 32 percent. The president managed to score only slightly better in the other two polls: CNN Poll – 36 percent, ABC-The Post Poll – 37 percent.

According to the Post, Trump’s approval rating has not only dropped to the lowest since he took office, it is also lower than any of his predecessors who took office before him in the last seven decades since public polling system began. On an average, less than 4 in 10 people in the United States are under the impression that the president accomplished hardly anything since he came to power.

At this point, Trump’s approval ratings approval in his presidency is net negative by 22 points. The only person came close to this kind of a net negative was former President Bill Clinton, who had a net positive of 11 points by this time in his presidency.

President Donald Trump At this point, President Donald Trump’s approval ratings approval in his presidency is net negative by 22 points. In this photo, Trump holds a news conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in the East Room of the White House in Washington, D.C., April 12, 2017. Photo: Getty Images/ Chip Somodevilla

According to all the three polls, the factor that seemed to have severely impacted people’s perception of the president is the growing concern of alleged ties between Russian operatives and members of the Trump’s presidential campaign who now serve in his administration. Special Counsel Robert Mueller who is leading the investigation into the matter placed Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort and his business associate Rick Gates being forced into house arrest at the end of last month.

Some of the other factors like Trump's handling of the multiple hurricanes that ravaged the east coast of the country, reluctance in discussing gun control in the wake of back-to-back mass murders lack of empathy toward families of fallen U.S. soldiers could have led to more than 50 percent of people disapproving of the president. 

Just to draw a comparison, it is important to note that at the time Trump completed hundred days in the Oval Office, his approval ratings stood at 42 percent in a poll conducted by the Post.

Here are some mixed reactions from people who participated in the NBC-WSJ poll regarding what they think of Trump's presidency so far: 

“The economy is going in the right direction. Immigration is finally starting to get under control. ISIS, we're getting a handle on them,” said a woman from Florida. “He is doing everything right.”

“First of all he's someone who's doing what he said he was going to do and I appreciate that,” said an Indiana resident. “But at least the economy is going and he doesn't put up with all this nonsense of foreigners coming into the country.”

An Ohio man opined: “I feel that he is tearing us apart and trying to bring more divide between the blacks and whites and Hispanics — and trying to make the rich richer and the poor poorer."

“He needs to shut his mouth and he needs to sit and think before he speaks,” said a woman from the Midwest. “The economy I am not worried about. I am more worried about the world crisis and his starting a third world war.”