The lowest in approval record decline for Trump's coronavirus response: Reuters / Ipsos poll

New York US President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic fell to a record low, as the latest Reuters / Ipsos Opinion poll shows, new COVID-19 cases have sprung up and he has been criticized slowly for representing Trump down. Test.

In a June 22–23 poll, it was reported that Trump's new national security adviser, John Bolton, had to testify to Congress to swear because Trump accused Trump of a new rape book in which China's President Xi Jinping won. Repeat elections.

The poll shows that 37% of Americans disapprove of Trump's response to the epidemic, the lowest in records since Reuters / Ipsos, and began asking questions in early March. Twenty-eight percent said they were in denial.

Democratic nominee Joe Biden, a little more than four months ahead of the November 3 general election, is up 10 percentage points, up 13 points, among Trump-registered voters, according to the latest vote. A similar survey last week.

Trump has slowed publicly acknowledging the severity of the coronavirus outbreak that has killed more than 120,000 Americans so far, and he reopened the state before experts could be safe. Obliged.

At Saturday's first pandemic rally in Oklahoma, the president told thousands of supporters that the test was a "double-edged sword" and urged health officials to slow down the test in response to public concern over the growing numbers. Cases.

In fact, administration officials said Tuesday that Trump has asked them to slow down the test, which is a way to detect and eventually control the spread of the disease.

According to the upcoming seven-day rally in several states, such as Texas, Arizona and Florida, nationally, 25% of cases have been raised, making them more liberal about social differences.

Since March, Trump has consistently received widespread support among voters. After police killed George Floyd, a black man, in the American pandemic on May 25, his criticism of the wave of Americans' response and protests over the epidemic is growing.

Members of Trump's Republican Party have also been more pessimistic than he has ever been in his presidency. Just 43% of respondents said they felt the country was headed in the "right direction", the lowest level recorded by a Reuters / Ipsos poll since Trump took office in January 2017.

Trump has received unusual criticism from members of the military establishment, such as his first defense secretary, James Mattis, because of the military's response to the protests. Bolton recently claimed that Trump was disqualified as president and accused him of obstructing justice in his new book.

Sixty-eight percent of Americans - 81% of Democrats and 37% of Republicans - say they want Bolton to be sworn in on their experiences in the Trump administration.

Bolton, who refused to do so last year as part of the House of Representatives accusations against Trump, confirmed one of the central allegations of the investigation in his book was that Trump had to send Ukraine to Biden and his son Hunter. The US wanted to investigate a condition of obtaining U.S. security assistance.

However, Americans are less interested in investigating another prolonged indictment closer to the election. One percent said Congress wanted to launch another investigation into Trump, 39% said they were opposed, and 20% said they were "not sure."

Reuters / Ipsos poll online, in English, across the United States. It gathered responses from 1,115 adults, including 503 Democrats and 408 Republicans. This is a confidence interval of 3 percentage points, a measure of accuracy.

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