Americans largely aren't happy with President Donald Trump. Amid an ongoing healthcare bill struggle with Democrats and Republicans alike on Friday, the president's approval rating has dipped further and remained under water.

Gallup's latest daily tracking figure this week had Trump at just 41 percent approval, which was a dip from 44 percent earlier in the week. A full 53 percent of Americans disapproved of Trump, a slight tick upwards from 50 percent Sunday. 

FiveThirtyEight's average of polls, meanwhile, pegged Trump's approval rating Friday at 44.3 percent and his disapproval rating at 49.2 percent. 

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Trump's early approval numbers were quite low. Former President Barack Obama, for instance, saw his approval-rating shoot from 59 percent up to 67 percent after his first address to a joint session of Congress. Trump's highest mark in the Gallup daily tracking poll was just 44 percent earlier this week.

His presidency has been plagued by scandal, controversy and gaffes. His own party hasn't been fully behind the so-called "Trumpcare" healthcare bill aimed at replacing the Affordable care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare. The GOP can afford two senators to defect and not back the bill, but ABC News reported Friday it counted at least 10 who said they can't get behind it or voiced uncertainty. 

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Trump's administration has also dealt with an ongoing controversy of its purported connections to Russia. Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn resigned after it was revealed he misrepresented a meeting with a Russian ambassador, while Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from an investigation into the Kremlin's apparent meddling in the U.S. election after it was revealed the former Alabama senator met with a Russian ambassador despite seeming to claim he did not in a confirmation hearing.

All that followed the intelligence community determining the Kremlin worked to get Trump elected through hacking and other means as well as reports that the GOP nominee's campaign regularly communicated with Russian officials. Most recently, it was reported Trump himself met with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. during the campaign.