Fifty-seven percent of voters say they definitely plan to vote against President Donald Trump’s re-election, a new poll by PBS NewsHour, NPR and Marist reveals.
The survey also showed 30 percent say they would definitely vote for him. Thirteen percent were uncertain.
Here are how the poll results, released Thursday, break down:
- 10 percent of Republicans plan to vote against Trump, compared to 69 percent who say they will support him.
- 91 percent of Democrats say they will not back him, while 5 percent plan to vote for him.
- 62 percent of independents plan to vote against the president, compared to 25 percent who say they will back him.
- 39 percent of all those surveyed approve of the job Trump is doing as president, while 53 percent disapprove.
The survey also asked about potential challengers to Trump, both on the Republican and Democratic sides. Those results showed:
- 29 percent of Republicans and GOP leaning independents had a favorable view of Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, compared to 48 percent who were unfavorable.
- 24 percent of Republicans and GOP leaning independents said they have a favorable impression of former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, while 28 percent were unfavorable.
- 76 percent of Democrats and Democratic leaning independents had a favorable view of former Vice President Joe Biden, while 12 were unfavorable. Biden led all other potential Democratic hopefuls.
The survey, conducted Jan. 10-13, polled 1,023 adults. It has a margin of error of 3.8 percentage points.
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