Fox Business has once again displayed a poll showing that 61% of Americans do not want Donald Trump back in the White House. The Marist National Poll for National Public Radio and PBS NewsHour survey revealed that less that 40% of the country still supports Trump for president. A majority of Americans also do not want the current president, Joe Biden, to have a second term. A recent Marist found Trump to have even lower favorability among Republicans as 76 percent of Republicans do want Trump to run for a second term.

According to Newsweek:

Marist surveyed 1,327 U.S. adults for the poll between March 20 and March 23, with the company reporting its data has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percent.

On Tuesday Fox Business broadcast a graphic based on this poll, showing 61 percent of Americans don’t think Trump should be re-elected. This took place on the network’s Varney & Co show, hosted by business journalist Stuart Varney.

Appearing on right-wing network Newsmax earlier this week, Trump’s attorney Lindsey Halligan claimed the probe into the former president, over allegations he broke campaign finance rules by paying hush money to pornographic actress Stormy Daniels, is “dead.”

Trump had said he would be arrested over the case on March 21, and called on his supporters to protest, though this didn’t take place. According to NBC the New York grand jury, which is hearing evidence on the case, will not meet on Wednesday as was originally planned, and is unlikely to issue any indictment this week.

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