What a difference a few months make.
Just 40 percent of Americans give the president positive marks on foreign policy, his worst rating ever in that category, according to a new Quinnipiac poll released on Thursday. Now, a majority of Americans, at 52 percent, disagree with the way he's dealing with those issues.
Below, you can see the general downward trends:
Even on specific issues, things are bleak for the president. Just 33 percent Americans agree with the path the president wants to take in Syria. And while pressure from lawmakers and some foreign policy groups may be on President Obama to intervene in the country, the American people still don't think he should.
The results reaffirm a general trend among Americans in recent polling on Syria: they don't truly think the U.S. should be providing weapons to the opposition, nor do they think it's in our best interests to get involved. But that's not stopping the Obama administration from going ahead with its plans to arm some of the rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad.
Among those polled, only 27 percent of Americans think getting involved in Syria serves the national interest of the U.S. Just 27 percent of Americans also think the U.S. should provide arms and military supplies to rebel groups, while 59 percent of Americans would oppose such action. This lack of support goes across party lines, as Republicans, Democrats and independents show similar numbers.