President Donal Trump’s approval rating has fallen in all 50 states since his inauguration in January, a newly released poll revealed.
According to a Morning Consult survey, a majority of voters in every state said they disapproved of Trump’s job performance.
As reported by The Hill, some of these states included those Trump carried during the 2016 election, such as Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa and Pennsylvania.
Fifty-one percent of voters in Nevada and Arizona also disapproved of Trump’s job performance.
In states including Florida, Georgia and North Carolina, voters were divided on the president’s job performance.
Still, a slight majority of voters in 12 red states, including Wyoming, West Virginia, Alabama and Louisiana, said they approve of Trump’s performance, but are growing “concerned” about Trump’s behavior.
Since assuming office, Trump has struggled to carry out some of his key agenda items, including the repeal and replace of ObamaCare and building a wall along the country’s southern border.
On Tuesday, he tweeted that he would be using the “power of the pen” to repeal the Affordable Care Act since Congress didn’t act.
The poll was conducted from Jan. 20 to Sept. 26 among 472,032 registered voters.