According to a survey of American millennials that NBC News/GenForward conducted between October 26 and November 10 of 2017, 46% "strongly disapprove" of the job President Trump is doing.
The "strongly" and "somewhat" approve and disapprove numbers combined leave the President 41% underwater, with a staggering 63% disapproval, 22% approval, and 15% feeling neutral about how things are going. While the President's overall approval ratings are historically low in the general population, the differential between his 38.1% approval vs. 55.8% disapproval leaves him underwater by "only" 17.7%. But perhaps all hope is not lost for Republicans.
I'm sorry but the only way he'll ever win me over is by climbing to the top of Trump Tower and leaping into the void.— Zach Billings (@zach_billings) January 2, 2018
Maybe he could turn himself in for his treasonous crimes— Anne Shisler-Hughes (@theglobalgrocer) January 1, 2018
I cannot conceive of a set of circumstances that would make me even entertain the idea of supporting this bloated hog-man with a shit haircut.— Andrew (@aptitudinalism) January 1, 2018
Okay, we admit most millennial's solutions for the President weren't exactly feasible.
If he resigned my opinion of him would increase. There's not much he can do otherwise he's a immoral and indecent human being and doesn't deserve my support.— Matt Ivan (@IamMattIvan) January 1, 2018
Lol not possible, most millennials have too much common sense to support him— Ben Gerrits (@bgerrits3) January 1, 2018
Unfortunately, approval ratings lower than Voldemort's are a little tough to overcome.