It's been one year since Donald Trump was elected as the 45th President of the United States and the majority of the American people are not happy with his administration. In a recent poll, all but Melania Trump have a higher unfavorable rating than favorable with the American people.

Trump family

From the day that Donald Trump announced his campaign to run for president back in the summer of 2015, it didn't take long for Americans to take sides. While a steady 35 percent have been in the corner of the former host of "The Apprentice" through the ups and downs, an overwhelming majority of the American people have a negative view of the current commander in chief.

When it comes to members of his family who have a role in or around the administration, they haven't fared much better. Despite this, Trump has declared himself as one of the most successful presidents of all time, often touting the recent passing of his controversial tax bill and the success of the economy and stock market. While many experts in the field disagree, the president has not wavered from his position of being in good standing with voters. As reported by The Hill on January 19, a new poll has just been released and throws cold water on the president's talking points.

In a poll just released by The Economist/YouGov, six members of the Trump family were presented to voters and only one had a higher favorable rating than unfavorable.

First Lady Melania Trump had the highest standing with Americans, polling with a favorable rating of 48 percent compared to a 33 percent unfavorable.

For the president, Donald Trump's approval was at 43 percent, with a 52 percent negative rating. First Daughter Ivanka Trump polled with a 41 percent favorable rating, and just slightly higher, at 42 percent, who view her in a negative light.

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Donald Trump Jr's numbers were even lower, with only 36 percent having a positive view, compared to 49 who oppose.

When it came to Eric Trump, 32 percent of those polled held a positive view, with 43 percent pushing back.

However, it was the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who had the worst reaction, as only 26 percent of Americans polled viewed him positively, with 44 percent holding a negative viewpoint.

Moving forward

As the Donald Trump administration enters its second year, the majority of the country doesn't seem in line with what the president wants to put forward. With Trump set to celebrate his one year anniversary of being sworn in as commander in chief on Saturday, tens of thousands are expected to take part in protest in Washington, D.C. and around the country.