A new poll is showing low approval ratings for President Trump. The Franklin and Marshall College survey found just one-third of all Pennsylvania voters approve of Trump's performance so far, with 32-percent saying he is doing a good job.
More than half say they disapprove of the president and 46-percent also say they are not confident Trump can handle the country's immigration issues. Voters also gave him an honesty rating of four-point-five on a one-to-ten scale where ten is the most honest.
Governor Tom Wolf's approval ratings are going up.
The Franklin and Marshall College survey shows 73-percent of Pennsylvanians feel Wolf is doing a fair or good job handling the state, which is up about seven-percent since last month. Over half of those surveyed, though, say the state is on the wrong track financially.