The approval rating of U.S. President Donald Trump has once again fallen to record lows, Fox News reported citing the results of a Pew Research Center survey.
According to the survey, only 29% of respondents support the actions of the head of state. In August 2020, the figure was 9% higher, the report said.
In addition, Trump's rating among supporters of the Republican Party of the United States has also fallen by 17% compared to the figures of August 2020, at the moment it is 60%.
On November 3, the U.S. presidential election was held. The main contenders for the presidency were Democrat Joe Biden and the incumbent, Republican Donald Trump. According to the results of the popular vote and the electoral vote, Biden won, but Trump did not recognize the election results and challenged them in court.
On January 6, supporters of incumbent U.S. President Donald Trump stormed the building of the U.S. Congress, interrupting the session at which the parliament was to approve the results of the past election. After that, the U.S. Congress officially approved Biden's victory, and Trump condemned the violence in the Capitol and promised to guarantee a peaceful transfer of power.
On January 13, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass a resolution to impeach Trump, it will be considered by the Senate.