A new AP-GfK poll shows that nearly seven out of 10 Americans have an unfavorable opinion of current Republican front-runner Donald Trump. This number includes roughly half of Republican voters who were surveyed.
BREAKING: AP-GfK Poll finds seven in 10 people have an unfavorable view of Donald Trump: https://t.co/Tb7NHOsqXU— The Associated Press (@AP) April 7, 2016
Seven in 10 people, including close to half of Republican voters, have an unfavorable view of Trump, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll. It's an opinion shared by majorities of men and women; young and old; conservatives, moderates and liberals; and whites, Hispanics and blacks — a devastatingly broad indictment of the billionaire businessman.
Even in the South, a region where Trump has won GOP primaries decisively, close to 70 percent view him unfavorably. And among whites without a college education, one of Trump's most loyal voting blocs, 55 percent have a negative opinion.
It's almost impressive how Trump has managed to make one of the most partisan and divided populations in a long time come together united on an issue.
Trump, despite being the overall leader in terms of delegates, still has not yet cracked the 50 percent threshold in a state, although he came very close to doing this in Massachusetts.