In just three days, Donald Trump will make his way to Washington, D.C. and be sworn in as the next commander in chief. Despite this, Trump will enter the White House with one of the lowest incoming favorability ratings in history, and he's not happy about it.

Trump on polls

Donald Trump was able to shock the world when he pulled off the upset and defeat Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton to become the new president. At the time, both Trump and Clinton were polling with high negative ratings from the American people. Since then, backlash has only grown against the billionaire real estate mogul, which is reflective in the most recent round of polling data.

Gallup poll shows Trump with just 40 percent favorability, while the latest Quinnipiac University poll has the president-elect with only 37 percent. In response, Trump took to his Twitter account on January 17 to lash out at the polls.

"The same people who did the phony election polls, and were so wrong, are now doing approval rating polls," Donald Trump wrote on his Twitter account Tuesday morning, before adding "They are rigged just like before." Trump claiming the polls are rigged is a common theme, and dates back to the early days of his campaign.

As the election moved forward, the former host of "The Apprentice" encouraged his supporters to dismiss any polling data that appeared negative. While there has been no evidence to assume the polls were rigged, they did appear incorrect due to Trump's election win.

Trump's vow

Following his tweet on polling data, Donald Trump went on to send out another message on Twitter where he gave himself a pat on the back.

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"With all of the jobs I am bringing back into the U.S. (even before taking office), with all of the new auto plants coming back into our country and with the massive cost reductions I have negotiated on military purchases and more, I believe the people are seeing 'big stuff,'" he tweeted.

Official countdown

On Friday, Donald Trump and his supporters will celebrate on Inauguration Day.

Prior to his polling tweet, the president-elect went on Twitter to brag about the crowd coming to see his celebration.

"People are pouring into Washington in record numbers. Bikers for Trump are on their way," he tweeted, while noting, "It will be a great Thursday, Friday and Saturday!" Despite Trump's strong words, as many as 100,000 protesters will also be in attendance to voice their opposition to the new president.