By comparison, Trump's predecessor Barack Obama had an approval margin of 69 to 26 percent, while the second most disliked president, Bill Clinton, still had a net positive result with a margin of 59 to 39 percent, according to the poll.
The poll, however, found that the president has maintained a loyal supporter base with over 95 percent of those who backed him in November's elections still willing to cast their vote again for Trump.
Over half respondents, however, admitted to Trump being a strong leader and approved of his strike in Syria earlier in April. The public was also broadly supportive of Trump's handing of the recent North Korea escalation.
Trump has already taken to Twitter to accuse the media and "fake news" for his low ratings.
Earlier in April, polls indicated the public was split in half when asked about Trump's performance. This indicated a rebound from near-40 percent lows seen in March but remained below the almost 60 percent seen at the onset of his presidency.