President Trump continues to face low approval ratings amid a weakened economy and as coronavirus cases surge in parts of the United States. The latest Economist/YouGov poll shows Trump at 55% disapproval and 42% approval.

Right-leaning polls have also not been favorable to Trump. Rasmussen Reports survey puts Trump at 51% disapproval and 47% approval. In late February, a Rasmussen poll showed Trump with a 52% approval rating and a 47% disapproval rating.

The latest survey from Fox News shows Trump at 55% disapproval and 44% approval, and the same poll showed Trump trailing presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, 50% to 38%.

Trump’s approval ratings are struggling as coronavirus cases spike in Florida, South Carolina, Arizona, Texas and several other states. Trump has frequently blamed China for the virus and has been criticized for downplaying the disease. Trump has also been criticized for his response to the demonstrations in the wake of George Floyd's death, with threats that to send in the military to cities to quell unrest.

Trump held the first rally of his reelection campaign on Saturday in Oklahoma, with the event having worse turnout than expected. The event, held at Tulsa’s BOK Center, saw fewer than 6,200 attendees, with the venue having a maximum capacity of 19,200. The rally’s lackluster turnout could be a warning sign that his base has become disenchanted with his administration, as Trump won Oklahoma by a 36-point margin over Hillary Clinton in 2016.

The low approval ratings may have an impact on the general election in November. The Economist/YouGov survey shows 68% of Americans believe the country is on the wrong track, with 24% believing the nation is going in the right direction.