WASHINGTON— President Donald Trump is most popular in Alabama and least popular in Washington, D.C., according to a Morning Consult poll released Tuesday.
In Alabama, Trump has a net +29 percent approval rating, with 63 percent supporting his performance as president and 33 percent disapproving.
Wyoming and West Virginia follow, with +25 and +22 percent net approval ratings respectively.
In the nation’s capital, which is home to just shy of 700,000 people, Trump is deeply underwater with a -63 percent net approval rating.
In D.C., 80 percent disapprove of Trump’s performance while 16 percent support it.
Vermont and Hawaii both have Trump’s net approval at -36 percent, with 66 percent disapproving on him and 30 percent approving in both states.
Since September of 2017, Trump has seen a 9 percent increase in approval in New Hampshire, the highest spike on the state level. He nevertheless still has -10 percent net approval rating.
The President also saw 7 percent increases in his approval rating in Virginia and Georgia, where he has net approval ratings of -4 percent and +7 percent respectively.
Support for Trump fell by 14 percent in Utah, where he has a net -3 percent approval rating overall.
In New Mexico and Alaska, Trump’s approval has dropped by 10 percent and 9 percent respectively.
Trump has a -20 percent approval rating in New Mexico and +1 approval rating in Alaska.
The poll was conducted nationwide from Jan 20, 2017-Jan. 29, 2018 among 802,543 registered voters. The margin of error varies by states but ranges from 1 percentage point to highly populated states to 4 percentage points among those with smaller populations.