Former President Donald Trump was a historically unpopular President. His average approval rating never rose above 50 percent throughout his time in office and he's only a handful of Presidents to lose his bid for a second term in office.
Nevertheless, Trump remains the frontrunner for the GOP's 2024 presidential nomination, with multiple possible candidates vowing not to run if he throws his hat in the ring.
But while Republicans may be all-in for a Trump 2024 campaign, the vast majority of this country is against his potential comeback, according to a new poll from Marquette Law School.
In a nationwide survey of adults, Marquette found that 60 percent of self-identified Republicans want Trump to run for a second term—but only 28 percent of all respondents feel the same way.
According to the report, the aversion to a Trump reelection campaign has trickled down to his overall likability:
"The extent of support for a return by Trump to campaigning is also seen in his favorability ratings. Among all adults, 32% have a favorable opinion of him, while 65% have an unfavorable opinion and 3% say they don't have an opinion of him."
The poll generated some buzz on social media.
There's increasing apprehension about those who do want him to run.
Trump has said he's made his decision but likely won't announce until after the 2022 midterms.