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on the heels of special counsel Robert Muller is report released the number of Americans who approve of president Donald Trump dropped by three percent to its lowest level of the year that's according to a Reuters Ipsos poll conducted Thursday afternoon to Friday morning it's the first national survey to measure the American public's response after the justice department released the highly anticipated report that recounted ten episodes in which trump tried to interfere with the probe according to the poll president Donald trump's approval stands at thirty seven percent down from forty percent in a poll conducted earlier this week the survey also found that fifty eight percent of Americans believe the president obstructed justice Moore's report concluded that no one of the trump campaign coordinated with Russians but among those who said they were familiar with the report seventy percent said it had not changed their view of trump or Russia's involvement in the US presidential race and only fifteen percent said they had learned something new