According to a new survey voters in the United States appear to not be enthused at the prospect of yet another Trump campaign for President.
A recent survey conducted by NPR and Marist indicated that just 38% of individuals in the United States want Donald Trump to run for president again, while the majority of respondents, 61%, do not want the Republican to serve another term.
According to the findings of the study, 76% of Republican voters, 34% of independent voters, and 11% of Democratic voters are in favor of Trump being re-elected to another term as President.
On the other hand, 89% of Democrats, a staggering 64% of independents, and 21% of Republicans do not want Donald Trump to win the next presidential election and return to the White House.
In addition, the survey also showed that voters in the United States are still divided on whether or not former President Donald Trump engaged in any unlawful conduct related to the hush money issue.
A recent survey indicated that 39% of Americans have a good impression of Donald Trump. This is a drop of three percentage points from a poll that was conducted in November and found that 42% of Americans had a favorable opinion of Trump.
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is presently investigating Trump for allegedly reimbursing his then-attorney for hush money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels. Trump said on March 18 that he will be jailed within days after a year-long probe.
When questioned about the ongoing criminal investigation, 46% of respondents stated they believe Trump is guilty of something unlawful.
Approximately 29% of American adults think it was unethical, but not criminal, while only 23% say he didn’t do anything wrong at all.
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