President Trump is the top issue on the minds of Americans, according to a new poll by The Washington Post and Morning Consult.
The survey found that 53 percent of respondents said they believe the administration is doing a good job, with 31 percent saying they believe Trump is doing the worst.
Meanwhile, just 17 percent said they were unsure, and just 12 percent said the administration was doing a bad job.
The poll of 1,100 adults was conducted Dec. 11 through Jan. 4.
The margin of error is plus or minus 3 percentage points.
Trump is also viewed favorably by 59 percent of Americans.
The president is also disliked by 56 percent of the people surveyed.
Only 17 percent of those polled said they thought Trump is being honest and trustworthy, and 13 percent said he is not.
The top issue for Trump in the poll was healthcare, with 57 percent of poll respondents saying they think he is doing an excellent job.
More than a third of respondents (34 percent) said they didn’t know, while 8 percent said it was not a big issue.
The issue is a top priority for those polled, with 44 percent saying it is important to them and 43 percent saying the same of the administration.
Trump has been criticized by Republicans and Democrats alike for not taking action to address climate change, which has caused extreme weather and wildfires in the United States and around the world.
Trump, who has promised to dismantle Obama-era environmental rules, said last week he would keep the U.S. in the Paris climate agreement and was not willing to negotiate a new deal that would protect the U,S.
A majority of Americans (55 percent) oppose the Keystone XL pipeline, with 39 percent saying yes and 26 percent saying no.
The Trump administration has also faced criticism for not doing enough to fight the Zika virus, which is killing more than 4,000 people in the U .
S. and is spreading throughout the world, including in Canada.
Trump’s approval rating is at a record low of 33 percent, with 45 percent disapproving of his performance, according the Post-ABC poll.