The new Morning Consult / Politico poll of 1,992 registered U.S. voters, conducted April 13-15 with a margin of possible error of 2 percent, found 13 percent gave President Donald Trump a D grade and 24 percent gave a grade of F for his overall performance in the first 100 days of his administration.
The survey is somewhat premature: The 100-day mark is reached next week on April 29. In the meantime, President Trump’s performance in the poll is nearly equally split. He received an A grade from 16 percent and a grade of B from 23 percent. The remainder of 17 percent gave a C.
Voters who cast ballots for Trump, the Republican nominee, tended to favor his performance: 32 percent gave a grade of A and 42 percent gave a B. Among voters who chose Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee, the grades ran heavily in the opposite direction: 23 percent D and 52 percent F.
You can read the report here.