A total of 43 percent of United States voters approve Donald Trump's job, a three point increase since August.
Among Republicans, Trump's approval rating has climbed 7 points, to 80%.
Respondents gave Trump his best marks on the short-term deal he struck with Democrats.
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71 percent of those surveyed by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal, however, approved of Trump agreeing with Schumer and Pelosi on the legislation.
Instead, HuffPost's average shows that Trump's rating among Republicans improved from a net +62 at the beginning of August to a net +67 now, a figure that rose among independents from a net -22 to a net -16 in the same period.
"Trump's post-Charlottesville plunge proved to be short-lived, and his approval has stabilized", said Morning Consult Co-founder and Chief Research Officer Kyle Dropp.
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"A key driver of this movement appears to be independents", he added. More than half once again "strongly", rather than "somewhat", approve of the president, according to Economist/YouGov polling ― down from two-thirds when he first took office, but up from a low of 43 percent at the beginning of August.
The rise in Trump's approval rating comes after he went against the wishes of Republican Party leaders and made a deal with Democrats to provide relief funds to those affected by recent hurricanes and keep the government funded for 90 days after current spending levels expire September 30.
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According to the poll, only 33 percent said he's accomplished either a "great deal" or "a fair amount" in the White House, compared to 66 percent of Americans who said he's accomplished "only some" or "very little" as president.