Has Trump Finally Bottomed Out in the Polls?

President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the G20 Summit, Saturday, July 8, 2017, in Hamburg, Germany. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Back when Donald Trump took office, he was about even in the polls. About half the country was either excited for him, or ready to give him a chance. Since then it’s been all downhill, but has he finally bottomed out?

It was a long fall go to from even approval and disapproval ratings, to the pits of being -15 in the poll average. But the truth is, it doesn’t look like he’s ready to get any much lower than that.

Trump first crossed the line of 54% disapproval on May 16, the same week he made his first steady departure below the 40% approval line. Since that week, his numbers have hardly changed.

On one hand, that’s two months of being in the dumpster. On the other hand, that’s two months of not sinking any deeper into that dumpster. So perhaps things are looking up for the President?