Demonstrators carry signs at a rally against US President Donald Trump in Los Angeles, California, on July 2, 2017. (Photos by AFP)
US President Donald Trump’s approval rating appears to be on the path to reach 60 percent, a Gallup's daily tracking poll shows.
The 57-percent disapproval rating the president currently enjoys is slightly lower that his 60 perecent record in mid-June, showed results of the Gallup poll released Sunday.
The past two Democratic presidents, Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, never reached a 60 percent disapproval in the Gallup survey but Republican President George W. Bush managed to reach the 60 percent disapproval mark after almost five years in the White House.
A demonstrator shouts during the Impeachment March to call for Congress to start impeachment hearings against US President Donald Trump,  in Los Angeles, California, on July 2, 2017. 
Thirty-seven percent of those surveyed in the latest poll, said they still approve of the job Trump is doing.
Having a margin of error of 3 percentage points, the poll was conducted among approximately 1,500 American adults via telephone.
According to a RealClear Politics average of polls, 54.5 percent of the Americans disapprove of the president’s job performance while 40 percent approve of it.
Ivanka Trump delivers remarks at the US State Department during the 2017 Trafficking in Persons Report ceremony June 27, 2017 in Washington, DC.
 A Gallup poll in May suggested that Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, gets less negative ratings than her father.
“Virtually all Americans are familiar with Donald Trump, with only 1% having no opinion of the president. Ivanka Trump is less familiar, though still well-known to Americans, with 16% saying they have never heard of or have no opinion of her,” Gallup said.

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