According to the poll results, in April, 32 percent of the surveyed French citizens said they held a favorable opinion of their president, while 56 percent criticized Macron.
The approval rating of French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has increased by 3 percent reaching 33 percent of favorable opinion, YouGov added.
In March, Macron’s popularity rating dropped to its record low level (30 percent), losing 11 points.
Thousands of civil servants, teachers and rail workers have taken to the streets of Paris in order to protest against Macron's reforms, with the peaceful rallies escalating into unrest and violent clashes with police.
Public workers protest against unpaid leave and the announced elimination of about 120,000 jobs in the public sector, while air traffic controllers call for a rise in pay and additional personnel. University and college professors also joined the demonstrations demanding the increase in staff, as they claim that some 3,800 extra jobs promised by the beginning of next school year are not enough to implement the educational reform.