The drop is partially due to his dwindling support among Republicans.
The biggest factor in the drop appears to be connected to the investigation into possible Russian interference in the presidential election a year ago. Fifty-seven percent of GOP respondents approved of Trump's handling of the Russian Federation investigation. At the moment, 72 percent of Republicans approve of Trump's performance, down 11 percentage points since April.
Overall, Trump's approval rating has declined and is the lowest in two months. CBS found that a third of Americans disproved of the President's approach to the issue - Mr Trump has repeatedly called the investigation "fake news" and a "witch hunt" and fired James Comey, former director of the FBI, who was leading the investigation. Fifty-seven percent of those polled believed Comey compared to 31 percent believing Trump more.
Not only does Rasmussen have a clear slant toward the GOP president, but the poll referenced in Trump's retweet is from last week. He also suggest his number is higher than Obama's, but Trump didn't indicate which poll he was referencing when it came to Obama.
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The survey of 1,117 adults nationwide, conducted, June 15-18, has a margin of error of 4 percentage points.
Allies of President Trump have recently been attacking special counsel Robert Mueller in what seems to be preparation for Trump to fire him.
"Trump should still be in his honeymoon period among Republicans", Bump observes. Just 16 percent said they have a "very favorable" opinion of the president, compared with 20 percent in March.
Other recent surveys haven't brought good news for Trump either.
In the poll released Tuesday, a third of Americans say Trump's approach to the Russian Federation investigation has worsened their opinion of him.