Donald Trump talks after a meeting with Barack Obama in the Oval Office on Nov. 10, 2016 in Washington, D.C. Getty Images

President Donald Trump hit yet another low in yet another poll on Thursday. Results released by Public Policy Polling put the commander-in-chief's approval rating at 40 percent the week after House Republicans failed to garner enough support to pass their intended replacement for the Affordable Care Act. This was down from 43 percent in February.

More than half of respondents told Public Policy Polling they disapproved of the job he was doing — the same as in February. The amount of people who said they approved and disapproved were almost the same as those for the people said they held favorable and unfavorable opinions of Trump.

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That said, many voters didn't blame Trump for calling off the Friday vote on the GOP's American Health Care Act, with more respondents saying they believed House Speaker Paul Ryan was responsible for the failure of the bill. But the true victor was the current law, nicknamed Obamacare after the former president who orchestrated it. Fifty-two percent of respondents said they liked Obamacare, and when it was matched up against the Republicans' proposal, Obamacare won by 21 points.

"The main thing that this month’s health care fight in Washington did was make Obamacare more popular than it’s ever been before," Public Policy Polling Dean Debnam said in a news release. "There's little appetite from voters to repeal it at this point."

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The Public Policy Polling numbers, which came from 677 voters contacted Monday and Tuesday, weren't the first to reveal how Americans were feeling about Trump in the wake of the health care debacle. A Politico/Morning Consult poll out Wednesday showed an approval rating of 46 percent — a decrease of four points from the week before.

The future of health care reform remained unclear as the weekend approached. Trump tweeted Monday the Democrats would "make a deal" once "Obamacare folds," but on Thursday Ryan told "CBS This Morning" Thursday he didn't want "that to happen," Reuters reported.