President-elect Trump is at 44%.
All his strutting, bragging, tweeting, and lying hasn't benefitted him.
In fact, Trump is disliked more than any other PEOTUS in American history, according to Gallup and Pew.
Schadenfreude can be very enjoyable.
The Goopers will say it doesn't matter because he'll still be in the White House come January 20. That is true. But the Goopers also have to internalize the fact that their man-child in the White House is disliked not only by a majority of his fellow Americans but by a majority of the free world.
Russia and North Korea do admire him. So there's that.
From Business Insider
President-elect Donald Trump's approval rating is the lowest for any presidential transition Gallup has measured, the polling firm said on Friday.
Trump's approval rating came in at 44%, with 51% of respondents disapproving of the president-elect, the Gallup poll conducted two weeks before Inauguration Day found.
Those numbers represented a dip from his approval rating in mid-December when 48% of respondents approved of Trump while another 48% disapproved.
The approval ratings are significantly lower than those of the three other incoming presidents measured by Gallup: Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton.
At this stage of the transition, Obama had a soaring 83% approval rating, with just 12% of respondents disapproving.
Bush was favored by 61% of respondents, while 25% were not in favor of him, and Clinton saw a 68%-to-18% split.
Donald Trump is remarkably unpopular. He won. He’s taking office. But most people don’t like him.