Moreover, a majority of respondents, 54 percent, said they want Democrats to take back control of House of Representatives. And 41 percent said that if Democrats had won the Senate in 2016, the country would be better off than it is now.

Quinnipiac’s poll follows on the heels of a March Gallup poll that found Trump’s ratings to be 39 percent—a historic low since Gallup began charting presidential approval in 1953. In fact, Trump broke his own low point, with his February approval ratings of 42 percent setting Gallup’s previous record low.

Quinnipiac also asked respondents to say the first word that came to their minds when they thought of Trump. The answers spoke for themselves:

Quinnipiac conducted its poll May 4 to 9, surveying 1,078 voters nationwide with a margin of error of +/- 3 percentage points.

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