A new poll released Thursday shows that President Donald Trump’s job approval has hit a new high in the United States.
A Monmouth University poll shows that 44% of Americans approve of Trump’s performance as president, compared with 31% who disapprove.
Trump’s support has remained relatively stable from January to June.
Trump is leading Democrat Hillary Clinton by 2 points in a hypothetical general election matchup, 47% to 47%.
Trump’s disapproval ratings have ticked up to 35% from 24%.
Trump is also losing ground among Democrats.
The Monmouth poll found that only 29% of Democrats approve of the job he is doing, compared to 39% who approve.
The poll also showed that Trump is still in the lead among Republican voters, with 49% approving of his job performance, while 52% disapprove.
The president is also winning support from independents and Republicans, but he is losing support from moderates.
In the Monmouth survey, Trump is at 49% approval, with 37% disapproving.
The survey also showed Trump’s favorability ratings have dropped by 5 points from January through June.