Jan 14, 2016 3:36 AM GMT
FOR RELEASE: DECEMBER 22, 2015
...Trump has 28 percent of the GOP pack...But 58 percent of those who name a candidate might change their mind...
...Among Republicans, 28 percent of voters say they “would definitely not support” Trump, with 24 percent who would not back Bush...
“Half of American voters say they’d be embarrassed to have Donald Trump as their Commander in Chief and most Americans think he doesn’t have a good chance in November, but there he is still at the top of the Republican heap,” said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.
American voters back Clinton over Trump 47 – 40 percent.
Sanders tops Trump 51 – 38 percent.
Looking at Trump, voters say:
58 – 36 percent that he is not honest and trustworthy;
57 – 38 percent that he does not care about their needs and problems;
61 – 34 percent that he does not share their values.
The Quinnipiac University Polling Institute is a public opinion polling center...It is considerably larger than other academic polling centers...The poll has been cited by major news outlets throughout North America and Europe, including The Washington Post, Fox News, USA Today, The New York Times, CNN, and Reuters. Quinnipiac's Polling Institute receives national recognition for its independent surveys of residents throughout the United States.