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Most North Carolinians continue to disapprove of President Donald Trump’s job performance, according to a poll released late last month by High Point University following his address to a joint session of Congress.

The survey says 55 percent disapprove of Trump’s work so far; 36 percent approve. This is similar to a survey done in early February, when 36 percent approved, but 52 disapproved of his performance.

The survey said 61 percent of residents disapproved of Congress.

“North Carolinians haven’t changed their opinion about our commander in chief,” Brian McDonald, the associate director of the High Point poll, said in a statement. “With little over a month since the inauguration, we will continue to track how the public views his conduct in office.”

The poll surveyed 451 adults in the state and has a margin of error of 4.6 percentage points.

Trump’s approval ratings are better in some national surveys. On Tuesday, the Rasmussen Reports daily presidential tracking poll showed 46 percent of likely U.S. voters approving of the president’s job…