Nearly 60 per cent of registered voters in America say they have made up their minds against voting for Donald Trump in 2020, according to a new poll.
The new PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist Institute poll shows 57 per cent of American voters will not support the president in his bid for a second term, compared to just 30 per cent who say they will definitely do so.
The poll, released on Thursday, finds that supporters of the two major parties are divided on the subject.
While 91 per cent of Democrats say there is no way that Mr Trump will get their vote, just 10 per cent of Republicans say the same. Meanwhile, 62 per cent of registered independent voters say they have made up their mind against supporting the president’s re-election.