President Donald Trump’s approval rating has hit the lowest point in six months in eight major polls as the November midterm elections approach, reports said.

Recent polls conducted by ABC News/Washington Post, CNN, Gallup, IBD/TIPP, the Kaiser Family Foundation, Quinnipiac University, Grinnell College/Selzer & Co, and Suffolk University gave Trump a rounded average of 38 percent approval rating. This is a three-point drop from the president’s previous average approval rating of 41 percent.

According to Vox, only one poll conducted by Rasmussen gave the president an approval rating above 45 percent. The company surveyed likely voters through automated calls made to landlines, which means those polled tend to be older in age, and more likely to vote for the Republican Party.

Trump’s overall approval rating was the lowest in the polls by CNN, ABC News/Washington Post, and IBD/TIPP at 36 percent. The highest drop was noted in the CNN survey, which showed a six-point drop from its previous rating of 42 percent. The lowest was noted in the Gallup poll, with an approval rating of 41 percent, a drop of just one point from its previous poll.

The CNN poll released on Monday showed that only 32 percent of respondents believed that Trump was "honest and trustworthy." But Trump got 49 percent approval for his handling of the economy.

The Quinnipiac University poll findings were similar, with 55 percent Americans believing Trump was not capable to serve as president, while 41 percent said he was. The poll showed that 65 percent of the people surveyed believed Trump was not level-headed and 42 percent said he was not mentally stable. The same poll found 52 percent of Republican responders did not trust the allegations made in the anonymous op-ed in the New York Times by a "senior White House official," reports said.

Trump has an approval rating of 84 percent and 82 percent among Republicans, according to the Quinnipiac and CNN poll respectively, showing that his support within the party remains strong.

Trump’s decreasing popularity with voters outside of the Republican Party can have a major effect in the results of the upcoming midterm elections.

There might be several reasons, including many controversies, as to why the poll percent has dropped. In August, Trump’s campaign manager Paul Manafort was convicted on charges of financial fraud. Michael Cohen, Trump’s former attorney, pleaded guilty to eight federal crimes in the same month.

Then the anonymous New York Times op-ed criticizing the Trump’s presidency stirred up a lot of sentiments from the public. Watergate reporter Bob Woodward published a book recently that depicted the current chaos in the White House as well.

This, together with Trump choosing Brett Kavanaugh, an unpopular candidate, as Supreme Court nominee, might make it hard for the administration to project a confident image, which might be reflected in the November polls, Vox reported.

According to FiveThirtyEight, Democrats have a 4 in 5 chance (79 percent) of taking control of the House post the midterm elections.