The next few days will mark the beginning of Donald Trump’s six-week vacation.
That’s according to a new poll from the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI).
While he was vacationing in Florida, the survey found that 54 percent of Americans said he was having a “bad time” and that more than 70 percent said the president is having a bad time.
But the most telling statistic in the poll comes when it comes to whether or not the president has a bad day.
Sixty-three percent of respondents said they were more likely to have a bad morning than a bad night, while just 33 percent said they’d be more likely than a good night.
The survey also found that 56 percent of Trump supporters said that Trump’s recent comments on women were an example of “mansplaining,” a term used by women to describe what men have said.
The president also faced criticism for the way he reacted to a terrorist attack in Paris in January, saying, “We have to take the fight to ISIS.”
That tweet came just days after he retweeted a tweet by the Islamic State group, and more than a month after he said that “if ISIS is successful, then I’ll probably be in the White House.”
PRRI’s poll results are the first to show a clear divide between how Americans feel about the president.
Just 19 percent of those polled said they have a good or great relationship with Trump, compared to 61 percent of Democrats and 72 percent of Republicans.