The wild emotional ride on the Trump Train seems to be steadying.

Americans are slightly less worried now than they were during President Trump’s first month in office, a new Gallup poll shows — though the numbers have yet to ease below pre-election levels.

The 33.3% of people feeling frequent worry between Jan. 21 and Feb. 15 subsided to an average of 31.7% over the last five months, according to the survey released Friday. But in the month before Trump’s stunning electoral victory, the worry figure sat at 29.2%.

Though Democrats predictably remain most worried along party lines, they also saw the sharpest dip over the past five months — declining from 39.3% post-inauguration to 35%. Dems and independents, Gallup says, are slowly but surely “moving back toward their emotional status quo.”

The 4.1% worry spike from pre-Nov. 8 to Trump’s first month as POTUS had amounted to the greatest four-month increase since the Great Recession in 2008, per the polling company.

In contrast, the 2008 election of Barack Obama only saw a 0.9% jump in worry during a comparable timeframe.

Gallup’s most recent survey — based on phone interviews conducted Feb. 17 to July 17 with a random sample of almost 75,000 adults — made no mention of politics, Trump or the election. It simply asked respondents, “Did you experience worry a lot of the day yesterday?”