President Trump’s approval rating has dropped to 39%, according to a Gallup poll released Wednesday. Trump also has a 57% disapproval rating, according to the poll.

The nation has grappled with protests over the death of George Floyd and the impact of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 

Other recent polls show Trump with high disapproval ratings. The latest Economist/YouGov survey poll puts Trump’s approval at 43%, with his disapproval rating standing at 56%. The right-leaning Rasmussen Reports survey shows Trump at 44% approval, with 55% disapproval.

Trump has been criticized for not doing enough to unite the country amid backlash over Floyd's death, and current and former Defense Department officials expressed concern and dismay when he threatened to deploy the military in the streets to quell violence and looting. Trump has also used charged rhetoric on Twitter, such as “when the looting starts, the shooting starts,” a phrase used by a racist Miami police chief in the 1960’s. 

The coronavirus pandemic has now claimed the lives of more than 112,000 Americans, and Trump has been slammed for his response to the outbreak. Dr. Anthony Fauci, a top member of Trump’s coronavirus task force, said Tuesday that the outbreak “isn’t over yet.” If the country sees a large spike in cases, it could harm Trump’s approval ratings even further.

A swift economic recovery could boost Trump’s favorability, along with his reelection chances. On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed that 2.5 million jobs were added in May, unexpectedly beating economists' expectations of 7.5 million job losses during the month. 

The Economist/YouGov survey showed Joe Biden had 49% support among Americans compared to Trump’s 41%.