Less than one-third of voters in three crucial Midwestern states want Donald Trump re-elected, according to a new batch of polls commissioned by NBC News/Marist. (Washington Examiner)
In Michigan, 28 percent believe Trump deserves a second term. Sixty-two percent think someone else should be elected.
In Wisconsin, 31 percent want Trump to win re-election in 2020, while 63 percent disagree.
In Minnesota, 30 percent of voters want Trump to remain in the White House and 60 percent say he shouldn’t be re-elected.
Wisconsin and Michigan were key states in Trump’s election win against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016. Trump came close to turning Minnesota red.
The polls were conducted between July 15 and the 19.
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