51% voters say Donald Trump isn't fit to serve as President

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Men are divided 49 percent to 49 percent, while 63 percent of women say Trump is not fit. Eighty-four percent of Republicans said he is fit while 14 percent said he is not. Trump's disapproval rating is 57%, with only 36% of voters approving of the job he's doing amid his administration's response to the devastation in Puerto Rico and his party's failure to pass legislation repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act.

Sixty-nine percent of the 1,412 voters surveyed nationwide by Quinnipiac said Trump should step away from Twitter while just 26 percent said he should continue firing off tweets. The survey results signaled that a majority of voters disapproved of Trump's social media habits or his handling of race relations.

The nation is more divided over kneeling protests this year: 55 percent of voters see kneeling during the national anthem as inappropriate.

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The numbers keep getting worse for President Donald Trump.

Eight months into Donald Trump's presidency, Republicans now disprove of their own party's representatives in Congress as much as they did Barack Obama in the early months of his time in the White House. Half of white respondents said Trump is not fit for office, while 94 percent of black respondents and 60 percent of Hispanic respondents said Trump is not fit. For example, 81 percent of Republicans say people are less courteous, as do 77 percent of Democrats, and 76 percent of independents.

The latest Quinnipiac University poll found that a majority of Americans believe that Trump is embarrassing and unfit to be president.

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According to the Quinnipiac poll released on Wednesday, 59 per cent said Trump was not honest, 60 per cent said he does not have good leadership skills and 61 per cent said he does not share their values, reports Politico. In voting for him many probably hated Hillary Clinton more, engaged in wishful thinking about Trump and/or figured incorrectly a rich guy and his friends must know how to do things. Overall, 78% of voters disapprove of the job Congressional Republicans are doing, up from 70% when the question was last polled in June. They refuse to see Trump as a bigot or an incompetent narcissist. A 56-42 percent margin said he does not care about average Americans.

The September 19 Virginia poll found Dem tops 50 percent, up 10 points in governor's race; Trump has big disapproval rating.

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