A new Associated Press-GfK poll released Thursday finds that around seven out of 10 of Americans don’t like Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. According to the poll, nearly half of GOP voters view him unfavorably, while more than 60 percent of registered voters and 31 percent of Republicans said they definitely wouldn’t vote for him in the general election. In the South, nearly 70 percent have a negative opinion of the candidate and 55 percent of whites without a college education—one of Trump’s biggest voting blocs—also view him unfavorably. The negative opinion was shared by majorities of men and woman; young and old; conservatives, moderates and liberals; and whites, Hispanics and blacks.
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