- President Donald Trump's polling numbers are not looking good among several demographics where they were formerly much higher.
- Polling in Iowa and Alabama, and among Fox News viewers, showed plummeting approval.
President Donald Trump has in recent days received a wave of new, underwhelming polling numbers - many of which have come from unexpected places.
Take, for example, a Suffolk University poll from earlier this week. It found that Trump's favorability rating among people who said Fox News was their most trusted news source was 58% - a substantial drop from the outlet's surveys in June (90%) and October (74%).
Meanwhile, in Alabama - where in Tuesday's special election the Democrat Doug Jones defeated his embattled Republican challenger, Roy Moore - exit polls found that voters had a split opinion of the president.
In a state Trump carried by nearly 30 points over the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, in the 2016 presidential election, just 48% of voters say they approve of Trump, and 48% say they disapprove of the job he's doing.
And in Iowa, where Trump defeated Clinton by roughly 9 points,a Wednesday poll from the Des Moines Register/Mediacom found that 60% of Iowans disapproved of the job Trump is doing. Just 35% say they approve, a sharp drop from his 43% approval in the poll's July edition.
Trump's national approval rating reached a record low of 32% in Wednesday's Monmouth University survey, with 56% of respondents saying they disapprove of the job he's doing. His previous low in that poll was a 39% approval rating and a 53% disapproval rating.