The 44 percent approval rating is a drop from 51 percent on April 20. (Photo: iStock)

After the House voted to pass the Republican health care plan which will replace the Affordable Care Act, President Donald Trump’s approval rating dropped to its lowest level in two months.

Of registered voters polled right after the House approval of the health care plan, 44 percent of voters say they approve of Trump’s performance as president and 48 percent disapprove.

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