A majority of Americans and nearly 25% of self-described Republicans do not want President Donald Trump to seek re-election for President.
A November survey conducted for the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication by RABA Research found that 54 percent of respondents do not feel Trump should run again in 2020, with almost a quarter of Republicans (23 percent) believing their party should pick another presidential hopeful. Unsurprisingly, a vast majority of Democrats do not want to see a Trump 2020 bid, with just 16 percent backing a run for a second term for the incumbent president.
The University of Delaware survey also showed that Americans are skittish about Trump's purported 'tax cut'.
The survey of 659 people, conducted on November 11, also showed people are unsure on tax reforms being pushed by the president—with just 33 percent backing a reduction in corporate tax, 44 percent opposing such a move and the remainder of people unsure on the issue.