The split shows that 'more Americans object to President Trump's character than his agenda،' according to George Washington University professor Michael Cornfield.
About the same number of poll respondents - 59 percent - said Trump's decisions and behavior have encouraged white supremacist groups.More news: Walmart Teams With Google On Voice Activated Shopping
A Quinnipiac poll published on Wednesday found that only 3 percent of voters believe that white supremacists have been demoralized by Trump's inconsistent statements about pro-Confederate marches and neo-Nazi violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, CNN reported.
Trump's position was supported by the police chief in Charlottesville, who said there were "mutually combating individuals in the crowd" when fighting broke out on the night of August 11 between torch-bearing right-wing marchers and groups opposed to their presence.
Similarly, a majority, 71 percent, said Trump's "behavior is not what I expect from a president". Meanwhile, nine in 10 Democrats say they think Trump encouraged white supremacists with his comments and behavior - nearly two-thirds of Democrats say he did so intentionally.More news: HELLBOY Smashes Into DC's INJUSTICE 2
There is too much prejudice in the nation today, 55 percent of American voters say, while 40 percent say there is too much political correctness, the widest margin for prejudice since the question first was asked in June 2016. I got the white supremacists, the neo-Nazi.
However, an even larger number of voters - 62 percent - said they disapprove of Trump's corrosive and angry comments about reporters and their employers.
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The poll was conducted from August 17 to 22 among 1,514 voters nationwide with a margin of error of +/- 3.1%.