Marist Poll: Three Key States 'Embarrassed,' Turn on Trump

Marist Poll: Three Key States 'Embarrassed,' Turn on Trump

Marist Poll: Three Key States 'Embarrassed,' Turn on Trump

That was most true in MI, where 48 percent of voters favored Democratic control, compared to 35 percent who favored the GOP remaining in power.

Amid a tumultuous week across America, President Donald Trump saw low approval ratings in three key swing states that helped catapult him to victory last November. About 55%, 54% and 56% of voters, respectively, disapproved of Trump's work in the White House.

Trump unexpectedly won all three states in the 2016 race - each by fewer than 100,000 votes.

Support for President Trump has dipped below 40 percent in a trio of key states - Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and MI - which propelled him to the White House in 2016.

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Voters in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin were also asked if Trump's actions as president made them feel embarrassed or proud.

All three states were ones in which Trump very narrowly defeated Hillary Clinton past year, with less than 80 thousand votes across them ultimately deciding the election.

A new NBC News/Marist poll found 36 percent of MI voters viewed Trump favorably, while 35 percent of Pennsylvania voters and 34 percent of Wisconsin voters, agreed.

Yet Trump gets higher marks on the economy in all three states.

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These three NBC/Marist polls were conducted August 13-17 - after the Aug. 12 unrest and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and in the midst of Trump's multiple responses to the events. Each poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 points.

In Michigan and Wisconsin, 64 percent of voters shared that sentiment.

In Pennsylvania, Democrats hold a 10-point advantage on congressional preference, 47 percent to 37 percent.

The NBC/Marist polls were conducted August 13-17 of 795 voters in MI (which has a margin of error of plus-minus 3.5 percentage points), 773 voters in Pennsylvania (plus-minus 3.5 percentage points) and 801 voters in Wisconsin (plus-minus 3.5 percentage points).

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MI voters gave Democrats a 13 point advantage over Republicans when asked who they preferred to control Congress after 2018.

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