Despite unprecedented media coverage in which several studies show 90% negative coverage on Trump, his approval rating (with several different pollsters) continues to be the same, or even better, than Obama's at the same point in their presidencies.
12/28/17: Rasmussen poll shows Trump at a 46% approval rating with a 53% disapproval rating. The same exact numbers that President Obama had on the same date of the end of his first year in presidency.
2/9/18: The Rasmussen Reports daily poll shows a 49% approval rating on President Trump’s job performance.
2/27/18: President Donald Trump’s approval rating is now higher than former President Barack Obama’s at this point in his presidency. 50% of likely voters in the United States approved of Trump’s job performance, according to the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll. On this date during year two of Obama’s first term, 43% of likely voters approved of how the president was performing, the same poll found.
4/4/18: Rasmussen Presidential Tracking poll shows a 51% approval rating President Trump’s performance.
6/20/18: Trump's approval rating just reached its highest level yet. His approval rating reached an all-time high of 45% in the Gallup weekly tracking poll.
6/25/18: Both a Gallup poll and the RealClearPolitics average of polls put Trump around a 45% approval rating. That's just 1 point lower than President Barack Obama polled at this point in his presidency.
7/13/18: A Pew Research poll showed Trump is as popular as Obama was in the middle of his first presidential term.
7/25/18: In an NBC News–Wall Street Journal poll, conducted both before and after the Helsinki summit, Trump has seen his approval rating tick up to 45%, an all-time high for him in the survey.
8/2/19: Rasmussen (the only pollster that correctly predicted Trump's victory in 2016) daily tracking poll has Trump at 50% approval. That is 5 points higher than Obama had at the same point in His presidency.