President Trump’s approval rating has dropped in all 50 states since he entered office in January, according to a new poll.
The Morning Consult survey released Tuesday also found that Trump’s national net rating has also sank 19 points with registered voters since then.
Forty-nine percent approved of Trump in January while 39 percent disapproved of the incoming president.
Forty-three percent approved of Trump last month, while 52 percent disapproved of him nine months after he became president.
Some Twitter users on Tuesday criticized Trump’s results, while others voiced doubt about the new poll’s accuracy.
Tuesday’s poll found that a majority of voters in 25 states and the District of Columbia said they disapproved of Trump’s performance in September.
The negative swings in Trump’s net approval rating between January and September, meanwhile, ranged from as high as 30 points to as low as 11 points.
Solidly Democratic states like Illinois and New saw the largest drops, while Republican-leaning Louisiana saw the smallest change.
Trump entered the White House in January with Republicans in control of the House and the Senate.
Trump and the GOP-led Congress has since struggled to achieve legislative victories implementing his 2016 election campaign promises.
The president’s approval rating may also impact Republicans running for both the House and the Senate during the 2018 midterm elections.
Trump’s unpopularity could weigh down his fellow Republicans, opening the door for Democratic gains in both chambers.
Morning Consult conducted its latest survey of 472,032 registered voters across each state and Washington, D.C. via online surveys from Trump’s Jan. 20 inauguration to Sept. 26. It did not provide a margin of error.