Ahead of election day, Trump's approval rating fluctuates according to data collected from polls that survey sample size, recency, quality, and partisan lean.
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What is Trump's approval rating?
President Trump's job approval has ticked up to 48 percent in a new Hill-HarrisX poll.
The question "Do you approve of the job President Trump is doing as President of the United States?" was posed to 2,804 registered voters between September 18-21.
52 percent of voters said they disapproved of Trump's presidency.
What did the data from the survey say?
According to the data, more men approve of Trump than women.
54 percent agreed with the job Trump was doing compared to 41 percent of women.
The survey reveals that support for the President has grown among black voters.
Trump was approved by 19 percent of black voters in a study conducted Sept. 5-8. That number increased six points to 25 percent in the most recent survey.
55 percent of white voters steadily agree and support Trump's position, while 37 percent of Latinos felt the same.
What have members of the Democratic party said about Trump recently?
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton recently warned that President Donald Trump should not be allowed to "steal the election” and called his behavior “blatantly authoritarian” ahead of election day.
Democratic commentator Donny Deutsch, a regular on the TV program Morning Joe, has said that there's "no difference" between Donald Trump's "rhetoric" and "what Hitler preached."
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During an Instagram Live conversation with Emmy-award winning actress Zendaya, former First Lady Michelle Obama slammed Trump's "conspiracy theories" about the November election in an apparent dig at Trump.
The conversation, which took place on National Voter Registration Day, saw Obama telling voters to avoid Trump's misinformation about absentee voting.
The president has frequently railed against mail-in voting and has suggested that absentee ballots will lead to voter fraud, warning that the election will be "rigged."