Just 36 percent of registered voters in a new Hill-HarrisX poll say they would “definitely” or “probably” vote for President Trump’s reelection — an anemic number but one that is line with surveys about his immediate predecessors, Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton at about this point in their presidencies.

Two years into Clinton’s administration, just 38 percent of voters in a January 1995 poll by NBC and the Wall Street Journal said they intended to vote for him in the 1996 election.

In January of 2003, 41 percent of voters contacted for the Journal/NBC survey said they were likely to back Bush in the 2004 election, the exact same percentage who said the same to the poll about Trump last month.