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President Donald Trump’s approval rating among Americans hovers at just 35 percent, according to a new poll by the Associated Press released Thursday. In this photo, U.S. President Donald Trump speaks about policy changes he is making toward Cuba at the Manuel Artime Theater in the Little Havana neighborhood on June 16, 2017 in Miami, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images

President Donald Trump’s approval rating among Americans hovers at just 35 percent, according to a new poll from the Associated Press released Thursday. Meanwhile, 64 percent — or nearly two-thirds of Americans — disapprove of the president’s job performance.

The survey from the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research reported one of the lowest approval ratings of Trump’s job performance to date, with Gallup finding in its daily poll an all-time low of 35 percent favorability in March. The Gallup poll findings earlier this year followed news of the Trump administration’s failure to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, colloquially known as Obamacare. As of Friday, Gallup's own poll found Trump’s approval rating to be 38 percent and his disapproval rating to be 57 percent.

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According to the AP-NORC findings, 65 percent of Americans believe that the president lacks — either in part or all together — respect for the democratic institutions of the United States. Only one-third of Americans — exactly 34 percent — believe the president has significant or even a “fair amount” of respect for the American people, the poll reported.

The AP-NORC poll found that many conservatives also thought little of Trump’s job performance, with the poll reporting that a quarter of respondents who “lean toward the Republican party” disapprove. Almost one-third of respondents who identify as Republican or independent feel he lacks respect for the democratic institutions of the United States. According to the poll, 90 percent of Democrats and 60 percent of independents reported the same sentiment.

AP-NORC surveyed 1,068 American adults who were randomly selected using address-based sampling methods. Respondents were interviewed by phone or online between June 8-11, and the sample — which was pulled from NORC’s probability-based AmeriSpeak panel — was designed to represent the United States population. The poll’s margin of error was plus or minus 4.1 percentage points for all of the individuals surveyed.

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Its findings contrasted with a Friday report from Rasmussen Reports' right-leaning daily poll, which found that 50 percent of “likely U.S. voters” approved of the president’s job performance. It found disapproval of Trump’s performance as president to be 50 percent, as well. Its report did, however, find that only 31 percent of “likely U.S. voters” strongly approve of the president’s job, while 42 percent strongly disapprove.

As Trump’s disapproval rating in Gallup’s daily poll hit nearly 60 percent earlier this week, historian and author Kevin Kruse took to Twitter to contextualize the significance of the president’s low favorability among Americans when compared to those of his modern predecessors.

“The four modern presidents who *did* hit the 60% disapproval mark only did so well into their presidencies, after serious crisis or scandal,” Kruse wrote. Only four modern presidents — George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush, Richard Nixon and Harry S. Truman — saw disapproval ratings of 60 percent, he added, and that low happened between 1200-2200 days into their presidencies.

As Kruse pointed out, “Trump did it in just 143 days.”