President Trump is dividing the country

Posted August 26, 2017

However, an even larger number of voters - 62 percent - said they disapprove of Trump's corrosive and angry comments about reporters and their employers.

This is Mr Trump's his worst score on this question. The poll also found that 42 percent of voters approve of the job Trump has done so far in office, while 55 percent disapprove. Every party, gender, education, age and racial group disapproves except Republicans, who approve 77 - 14 percent; white voters with no college, approving 52 - 40 percent, and white men, who approve by a narrow 50 - 46 percent.

Although Trump has called out groups like the Ku Klux Klan in prepared statements, his off-the-cuff remarks about how "good" and "fine" people were marching with white supremacists in Charlottesville may have served to embolden bigots.

About the same number of poll respondents - 59 percent - said Trump's decisions and behavior have encouraged white supremacist groups.

White supremacist groups pose a threat to the USA, 64% of voters say.

And 65% of voters say since Mr Trump's election, "the level of hatred and prejudice in the United States has increased".

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On Mr Trump himself, 62% say he does not provide moral leadership.

Fifty-nine percent of voters said they believe Trump is encouraging white supremacist groups, and 64% believe such groups pose a threat to the country, according to the poll.

"Idiot" is the first word for 59 voters.

Sixty-eight percent of voters think Trump's words/actions could cause an "international conflict", while 29 percent disagree.

Two-thirds of USA registered voters fear that President Donald Trump's "words and actions could get us accidentally involved in an worldwide conflict،' according to a new poll، Daily Mail reported".