The latest polls show the majority of Americans dislike Trump amid a looming Senate impeachment trial and tensions with Iran. A Reuters/Ipsos poll shows that 54% of Americans disapprove of the President and 43% approve. 

The right-leaning Rasmussen Reports survey shows that 51% disapprove of Trump and 48% approve, a small 3% difference. 

An Economist/YouGov survey conducted says that 54% of Americans disapprove of Trump and 43% approve. A poll from The Hill/HarrisX shows that 53% disapprove of Trump and 47% approve. 

The polling comes as Trump faces the fallout from the killing of Iranian commander Qassim Suleimani on Jan. 3, which has sparked tensions with Iran. On Jan. 8, Iran launched missiles at U.S. military bases in Iraq, but there were no casualties. In response, Trump ratcheted up sanctions on Iran. 

It’s unclear if the Soleimani killing and its aftermath have affected Trump’s approval ratings, but a Jan. 8 Politico/Morning Consult poll shows that 85% of Republican voters approve of the Soleimani killing, making it a popular decision with the President’s base. The poll also found that 70% of Democrats disapprove of the decision. The issue could be a major point of the debate during the election season. 

Another factor that could influence Trump’s approval ratings is the upcoming Senate impeachment trial. If new revelations regarding Trump’s controversial dealings with Ukraine come out, it could impact Trump’s favorability. The Senate trial is expected to begin shortly after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., sends over the articles of impeachment. 

Trump’s disapproval ratings have on average been consistently above 50% since March 2017.