President Donald Trump’s approval ratings dip in Indiana, other 49 states

New polling numbers released by the non-partisan group Morning Consult suggest President Donald Trump‘s approval ratings have dipped in all 50 states, through there are still deep pockets of support.

The comprehensive survey of 470,000 Americans show that a majority of voters in 25 states and Washington D.C. disapprove of the president’s job performance, though he maintains a majority of support in 12 states ranging from the mountain states to the south.

In Indiana, his net approval, which is approval minus disapproval, went from 22-percent in January to 5-percent in September.

In Michigan, 55-percent of voters said they disapproved of his performance, a drop of almost 14-percent since January.

For a complete breakdown, click here.