Between 36% and 42% of Americans approve of suspending the Syrian refugee program, temporarily halting entry into the U.S. for most people from seven Muslim-majority countries, and ordering the construction of a wall between the U.S. and Mexico. These approval scores are slightly below Trump's overall job approval rating of 43%.
Although there are some differences in approval of Trump's orders, Americans' reactions to them -- and their overall evaluation of Trump as president at this point -- are broadly similar. The executive orders receive majority disapproval, ranging from 55% who oppose the immigration restriction to 60% who oppose building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico.
Fifty-two percent disapprove of Trump's overall job performance.