Trump's approval rating steady despite impeachment: NBC News/Wall Street Journal polls

Compare President Trump's approval rating with Presidents Obama, Bush, and Clinton.
Image: Presidential approval polls over the years, a data-driven story and visualization, based on the NBC/WSJ polls we've been running since 1990.
Despite an eventful first three years, President Trump has seen his job approval stay virtually unchanged from Day One.Chelsea Stahl / NBC News

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By Nigel Chiwaya, Carrie Dann and Jeremia Kimelman

Donald Trump's presidency is a roller coaster everywhere except in his approval rating.

There have been ups (the economy, the killing of an ISIS leader) and there have been downs (the Mueller investigation and impeachment inquiry, to start) in his presidency. Through it all, though, the president's job approval has remained steady across all polls, the NBC News/Wall Street Journal’s included.

Trump's approval rating has hovered within the same nine-point range (upper: 47 percent in the Oct. 14-17, 2018, poll; lower: 38 percent in Oct. 23-26, 2017) since his inauguration in January 2017.

The chart below shows Trump's approval rating history, along with those of Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton when they were president. It will be updated when new polls are published.

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