Bad news all around. But at least one number in the poll breakdown is awfully suspicious, though you have to look at the Excel data file to spot it.
You won't be surprised to learn that the only other pollster that's ever shown Trump with a net-positive job approval rating over the past two and a half years -- Rasmussen -- has recently found Trump to have a 34% approval rating among black voters.
No rational person takes that seriously, right? It's Rasmussen.
But here's the Emerson data:
Emerson polled registered voters and they're consistent pic.twitter.com/njCQ3Pv63z— Roee (@TheSadioRole) November 23, 2019
Sorry -- it's just not possible that 34.5% of black voters regard Trump favorably.
It's possible that the number is up since 2016 -- according to a recent Economist/YouGov poll, 10% of blacks have a "very favorable" opinion of Trump and 8% have a "somewhat favorable" opinion. Combined disapproval is 77% (64% strong, 13% somewhat). By comparison, total black disapproval in the Emerson poll is only 58.7%.
In an October Quinnipiac poll, black approval of Trump was 10%. Disapproval was 88%. A November Gallup poll had Trump approval among all non-whites at 21%, and disapproval at 74%.
So I don't buy these Emerson numbers.