President Trump's approval rating has rebounded after a summer of record low numbers, according to the latest Politico/Morning Consult poll.
A month after dipping to 39 percent following his response to the violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., Trump's approval rating rose to 43 percent in a survey released Wednesday. Among Republican voters, 80 percent gave the president a positive rating this week, a 7-point increase from his lowest mark since taking office.
Several other polls have shown improvements to the Republican president's approval rating over the last week, likely due to the positive marks he's received for his handling of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma and the devastation both left behind.
Gallup's weekly tracking poll has Trump at 38 percent approval, a 3-point increase from a record low rating of 35 percent in August. And a Marist poll released last week put Trump at 39 percent approval, up 5 points from last month.
In the history of modern polling, however, Trump continues to clock in at a lower approval rating than all of his predecessors.
The Politico/Morning Consult poll was conducted between Sept. 14-17, before the president delivered a fiery speech Tuesday to foreign leaders at the U.N. General Assembly. Results contain a margin of error plus or minus 2 percentage points.