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Trump’s Chances Of A Reelection Are Falling Down The Slopes: Report


Trump’s Chances Of A Reelection Are Falling Down The Slopes: Report

Donald Trump, who won the states of Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin during the election is now looking at low poll numbers in all three of those states.

According to a NBC News/Marist poll, Trump’s favorability in those three key states has fallen below 40%.

Trump stands at a 36% favorability rating in Michigan compared to 55% unfavorable. His numbers are similar in Pennsylvania which has him at 35% favorable compared to 54% who have an unfavorable opinion of him.

But out of all three states, Trump hits the lowest numbers in Wisconsin. The survey reveals that only 34% of voters hold a favorable opinion of him.

It’s not just favorability where Trump scores low, survey takers also revealed that they feel embarrassed of Trump being president.

More than 60% of voters in all three states say they’ve been embarrassed by Trump’s conduct as president, according to the poll. In both Michigan and Wisconsin, 64% of voters surveyed say they’ve been embarrassed by Trump, and 63% of voters in Pennsylvania said the same.

The number of people that are actually proud to have Trump as president are very slim. Only 25% of voters in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin said Trump’s conduct made them feel proud, and just 28% of voters surveyed in Michigan said they were proud of Trump.

The polls were conducted from August 13 to 17 and have a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 points.

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