Trump fared worse in the poll on his handling of health care than on any other issue. Sixty per cent believe Russian Federation meddled in the 2016 election, and 67% believe the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation.
President Donald Trump leaves the 72nd US Women's Open Golf Championship at Trump National Golf Course in Bedminster, New Jersey on July 15, 2017.
Specifically, Trump claimed that the ABC/Washington Post poll right before the election was "the most inaccurate poll" of that time.
Other key findings reveal that 61 percent of respondents say America is on the wrong path - up 12 points since December.
When asked about a 2016 meeting Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of Trump, had with a Russian lawyer in a hope to get hands on materials allegedly helpful for his father's campaign, 63 percent considered the meeting as inappropriate.
A HuffPost/YouGov survey last week found similar results, with 47 percent of Republicans and 60 percent of Trump voters saying it was appropriate.
Just 28 percent of those polled said they think Trump is making significant progress toward his goals, while 55 percent think otherwise.
According to the Washington Post, that disapproval rating is even more troubling than it first seems: 48% of Americans polled said they "strongly" disapprove of Trump's presidency so far.
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But Republicans - and especially Trump's core supporters - are still sticking by him.
Fifty-seven percent of respondents said that the more they hear about the president, the less they like him.
Though Trump said that "almost 40% is not bad", in August 2011, Trump appeared to mock Obama for having a "record low" 39% approval rating - three points higher than Trump's at current.
Sixty percent said they believe that Russian Federation influence the 2016 presidential election.
A full 48% of Americans said USA leadership in the world had gotten "weaker" while only 27% said stronger.
Separately on Sunday, an NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey conducted over five days from July 8 showed that Mr Trump's job approval rating stood at 50 per cent in 439 counties across 16 states that fuelled his 2016 win, against 46 per cent who disapproved of his performance. By comparison, Barack Obama's approval rating at the same point in his presidency was 59 percent.
The poll was conducted in English from July 8 to 12, based on interviews with 1,001 USA adults ages 18 and older and has a +/- 3.1 percentage point margin of error.