President Donald Trump is a man who has long been obsessed with ratings and poll numbers — but lately, polls haven’t been in his favor. Gallup put his approval rating at 38 percent this week, the lowest amongst presidents in modern history. And a Quinnipiac University poll found that only 37 percent of Americans approved of his job performance.

But the Quinnipiac poll released Tuesday also revealed that Trump was not the least popular person in the White House. In fact, 20 percent of Americans viewed White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer favorably, and just 11 percent held a positive opinion of Chief Strategist Steve Bannon.

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Nearly half — 49 percent — of Americans viewed Spicer unfavorably, and 45 percent thought the same about Bannon.

Democrats had an especially low view of the officials, with 2 percent having a favorable opinion of Spicer and 4 percent thinking favorably of Bannon. Although almost half of Republicans saw Spicer in a positive light, only 23 percent thought the same of Bannon.

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Despite "Saturday Night Live" using stars like Melissa McCarthy and characters like the Grim Reaper to mock Spicer and Bannon, respectively, neither official was as well-known as Trump. About 30 percent of those polled said they hadn’t heard of Spicer, although that number had dropped significantly since February, when 40 percent didn’t know who Spicer was. About 42 percent of Americans polled said they hadn’t heard of Bannon.

Although Bannon and Spicer both have backgrounds working in or with the media, they came from very different places. Bannon rose to prominence as editor of Breitbart, a far-right fringe site much removed from the Washington, D.C., establishment. In contrast, Spicer has been in the thick of the Republican establishment, working on communications teams for politicians for years.

While Spicer has come under fire for his often abrasive style during White House press briefings, Bannon has been criticized for his connections to anti-Semitism and the alt-right, a movement with roots in the white supremacy movement.