By Nikki Schwab, Senior U.s. Political Reporter For Dailymail.com
Published: 16:21 BST, 13 September 2020 | Updated: 18:01 BST, 13 September 2020
President Donald Trump's path to re-election continues to be dogged by low marks on his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
A new survey from ABC News/Ipsos finds just 35 per cent of Americans approve of his handling of the pandemic, with another 65 per cent who disapprove.
The poll found that two-thirds of the country believe the president acted too slowly in responding to the outbreak
And another two-thirds distrust what he's said about the disease.
On Sunday morning, Trump continued to cheerlead his response to the pandemic, tweeting that the coronavirus numbers were 'falling very steadily and fast.'
President Donald Trump continues to get low marks on his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, with just 35 per cent of Americans polled approving of his response
Additionally, two-thirds of Americans believe the president acted too slowly to get the virus under control, while a similar number don't trust his rhetoric on the virus
On Sunday, Trump continued to cheerlead the numbers, boasting that coronavirus cases were 'falling very steadily and fast'
'Deaths and hospitalizations way down, and even cases down despite far more Testing than any other country in the World, by far. India second!' he