In the wake of the Capitol riots and baseless claims of election fraud, Trump ends his presidency with his worst approval rating since December 2017.
There isn't much political capital in celebrating stock market gains if the real economy is still hurting.
Members of Congress factor what the public thinks into their decisions. But it's difficult to measure what the public is really thinking.
Investigations often damage the president's approval rating, particularly if the inquiry drags on for a long time. But that may not matter to a historically unpopular president like Trump.
Most of the world might hate Trump, but in some places, based largely on his policies, there is hope and even admiration.
Approval ratings are usually a good way to predict the winner of the next presidential election. But Trump's numbers fall far outside any historical trends.
Australian prime ministers have long been interested in the names they go by, and how others should address them. But will the "ordinary Joe" approach pay off for ScoMo and Bill?
While the two-party preferred polling remains steady, the prime minister has taken a tumble in his personal approval ratings.
The Russian leader seems to understand the ability of sport to foment feelings of national pride and enhance his popularity at home.
Is Trump up or down? Will the public vote yes or no? Who will win the election? A mathematician's guide to understanding polls in the media.