Quinnipiac poll: Trump approval hits new low

Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray; U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson

Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray; U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson

But the economy did not rank as the nation's biggest problem according to the 703 South Carolinians polled by Winthrop.

But S.C. African Americans overwhelmingly disapprove of Trump with four in five saying he's doing a bad job.

When it came to Trump supporters, 68 percent revealed they "disliked" political speeches at the Oscars (only 23 percent of Clinton voters felt the same). A Pew Research poll released Wednesday showed rank-and-file Republicans are still likely to back Trump in an argument with party lawmakers. "But that doesn't appear to be the case for Trump".

Overall, 83 percent of Texans support legalizing marijuana for some use; 53 percent would go beyond legal medical marijuana to allow possession for any use, the poll found. 20 percent were unsure or declined to answer.

South Carolinians are deeply divided over and more disapproving than not of President Donald Trump, according to a new poll.

Trump has taken to calling various mainstream media outlets "fake news" and recently claimed they were the "enemy of the American people".

The poll asked participants to communicate whether they approve or disapprove of Obama's presidential run as a whole.

For freshman Democrat Chris Van Hollen, 36-percent don't know whether they approve or disapprove of the job he is doing, 44-percent approve, and 19-percent disapprove.

The Quinnipiac survey covers many questions, but one that sticks out is the question of whether Americans trust Trump or the media? While 55% of white voters without a college degree trust Trump over the media, only 37% of college educated white voters felt the same way. "He gets maybe more of a hangover period in Tennessee".

About two-thirds of respondents, or 64 percent, however, said they believe Trump is a strong person and 58 percent said they see him as intelligent.

The participants were also asked when they made a decision to vote for the candidate they eventually chose.