His disapproval rating, meanwhile, has risen five points since April to 58 percent while 48 percent say they "disapprove strongly" of Trump's job performance.
Overall, 48 percent say they "disapprove strongly" of the current USA president's performance in office.
Sixty percent also say they believe Russian Federation meddled in the election, while more than two-thirds (67 percent) say they believe Trump aides helped Russian Federation in this effort. Among the presidents dating back 70 years or more, Harry S. Truman had the highest approval rating at 82 percent, while Gerald Ford had the lowest approval rating at 39 percent in February 1975.
The poll was conducted after reports in The New York Times revealed Donald Trump Jr. and officials from his father's presidential campaign met with a Russian lawyer and others who said they had incriminating information about Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Mr Trump's approval rating is also down six points since his 100-day milestone.
The president's job approval rating looks quite different in the counties that propelled him to victory past year, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
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There is no visible upside to Trump's presidency.
However, there was some good news for the president, with 43 percent approving of his handling of the economy (41 percent disapprove).
Figures showed that the last U.S. president as unpopular at the same mark was Gerald Ford, with a 39 per cent of approval rating in February, 1975.
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"So many Democrats and neoconservative Zionist elements in the Republican Party in the Congress are making this (the impeachment call) a political issue for themselves" to drum up support for their own campaigns, he argued. Specific to county type: 342 adults were surveyed in "flip" counties with a 5.3 margin or error, while just 258 adults were polled in "surge" counties with a 6.1 percentage margin of error.
The poll was conducted from July 10 to July 13 and was comprised of 1,001 adults.